As soon as she arrived, she met with the Governor of the Valley of the State, Ahmad Dari Bazin. The issue of security and the situation of refugees was at the center of the discussions between the two figures.
The governor discussed with the Chargé d’Affairs several current issues, including the security of Sudanese citizens and refugees settled in the east of the country, in addition to the work of the Life Forces Association, which was organized last week in the governorate in preparation for the next document. Holding a comprehensive national dialogue.
An opportunity for the governor of Wade State, Ahmed Dari Bazin, to present to the delegation the needs of the population in particular: the problem of access to water and energy. The governor spoke of the difficulties faced by the University Hospital in Abéché, which receives patients from the east and north-east of the country. It is considered necessary to provide this center with substantial means to meet the health needs of the population.
Chargé d’Affairs at the Embassy of the United States of America, Josie Ratcliffe, welcomed the calm prevailing in the east of the country before determining the motive for her trip to Abéché. For her, it is an inspection mission in the valley in order to identify the needs of the population and respond within the limits of possibilities.
The agenda of the Chargé d’Affairs at the US Embassy in Abéché includes meetings with traditional authorities and women’s organizations in refugee sites.
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