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Heavyweight mediator Qatar is hosting Chad’s political negotiations-Doha News

The killing of former Chad president Idriss Dévi caused further anxiety in N’Djamena.

Qatar reportedly offered to host dispute resolution negotiations in Doha between different factions in Chad, three political sources from African countries told Russia. Sputnik News agency.

Sources said the Chad army would likely refuse to attend the meeting in Chad and instead hold talks in the “future period” in the Qatar capital.

It is hoped that discussions will be held when all parties have reached an agreement on the procedure of the meeting.

Qatar welcomes Sudan’s political agreement

National reconciliation negotiations are currently scheduled for February 15, with the aim of regaining civilian control, but it is not clear whether Doha’s mediation will complement or replace these arguments.

In April 2021, a fierce clash broke out between rebels from the front for Chadchange fraternity. [FACT] And the Chad army during the country’s recent presidential election.

Former President Idriss Dévi, who was re-elected for the sixth term at the time, was killed by FACT on April 20 while visiting frontline soldiers fighting rebels.

The late president later replaced his son, Generam Mahmat Idris Debbie. 40 members The provisional government in May, which is scheduled to remain in power until the end of 2022.
Devi also formed a provisional parliament, the National Transitional Council, in September. [NTC]Consists of 93 members..

In the same month, the new President of the Interim Military Council of Chad visited Qatar, but made no mention of potential meetings between all parties in the Gulf countries.

Chad accused Qatar of trying to destabilize a country in Central Africa through neighboring Libya. In order, Doha said N’Djamena participated in “Political Blackmail against Qatar”.
Qatar’s mediation role in Chad dates back to 2009, when Qatar sponsored the signature. “Doha Agreement”Also known as the “Darfur Agreement” between Khartoum and N’Djamena.

A co-sponsored agreement with Libya was signed in 2008 in tensions between Sudan and Chad, and the two countries accused each other of supporting the attacks of rebel groups and rebels within their territory.

Chad has long accused Sudan of supporting rebels trying to expel the late President Devi. Meanwhile, Sudan has accused Chad of supporting rebels in the western provinces of Darfur.


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