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IHRC Reiterates Diplomatic Interventions
Monitoring > Africa > Chad 2021
Chad: IHRC Reiterates Diplomatic Interventions
...As High Commissioner Ambassador Raad Arrives Chad for Diplomatic Peaceful Resolution

A Specialized and Intergovernmental Organization working to uphold human dignity and diplomatic interventions for peacebuilding and human development; International Human Rights Commission, has reiterated the obligatory statute towards finding lasting resolutions to bring stability, inclusion, dialogue, that will help build stronger security and democratic transition in the Country.
The assertion was contained in a statement issued by H.E. Hiroua Goare Bienvenu IHRC Multinational Volunteers Coordinator and Peace Ambassador for Central Africa on 30th July 2021. The statement avails arrival of IHRC High Commissioner Ambassador Romanos Raad in Chad delegated to lead the diplomatic mission of the Commission and negotiate with groups to bring about the new peace in Chad.
As an expert in arbitration and negotiation of world peace, Ambassador Raad through the protocol agreement with the government of Chad will arbitrate consensus measures between aggrieved groups to deter the advancement of pre-existing crises.
It would be recalled that IHRC Secretary General, Prof. h.c. Rafal Marcin Wasik has expressed distress with the current situation in Chad resulting from the death of Ex-President Idris Dèby which has plagued the country with uncertainty, causing concern among many Chadians and neighboring states.
“With this diplomatic mission, we hope to reduce to the bare minimum the anguish and instability incited by the tragedic event", Hiroua said.

-Fidelis Onakpoma,
IHRC Journalist.

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