March 23, 2010 (KHARTOUM) - The Japanese
government intends to send a group of observers to Sudan next April to
participate in the monitoring of the first general election in more than
20 years under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).
The observation of April election will
involve many international, regional and national entities. Carter center,
European Union, African Union, China and Russia sent or will delegation
to attend this major political event in the country.
Tokyo is expected to send 15-20 personnel,
including experts from the private sector and local embassy officials.