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NEW YORK - UN chief Ban Ki-moon is dispatching two top aides to discuss the make-up of a proposed UN-AU peacekeeping force in Darfur with the president of Sudan, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
UN assistant secretary-general for peacekeeping operations Edmond Mulet and Ban's deputy chief of staff Kim Won-soo travelled to Lisbon yesterday to meet Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, spokesman Marie Okabe said. Bashir will be in the Portuguese capital attending a EU-AU summit this weekend. The UN officials will try to persuade Bashir to lift his objections to UN plans to include soldiers from Nepal, Thailand and Scandinavian countries in an international peacekeeping force of 26000 for Darfur. - Sapa-AFP