From the German Foreign Minister`s visit to Sudan, scheduled in a few days, even before the new clashes in southern Kordofan, the representative of Sudan hoped that Westerwelle would make a firm commitment to an immediate end to military violence in Khartoum, South Sudan and Darfur. The Sections for Peace Policy I , II and III are concerned with the prevention and resolution of violent conflicts and with policy to ensure that peace agreements hold. The image of a lion attacking a deer (found in a mosaic floor at Hisham Palace in Jericho) is transformed according to a mathematical function fed into a graphic software. The Section for Peace Policy I (FP I) focuses on the geographical areas of South Eastern Europe and Nepal and has key responsibilities in the areas of mediation and election support. Sharif Waked, a Palestinian artist born in Nazareth, links the first stage of the Oslo Accords – “Jericho First” – to the violence of hunting. The Political Peace Section (FP I) has the following geographical priorities: www.eda.admin.ch / eda / en/ home / topics / peasec /sec / cege.html The image of a lion attacking a deer (found in a mosaic floor at the Hisham Palace in Jericho) is transfomée, according to a mathematical function that has powered graphic software. Of the Sudan visit of the German foreign minister Westerwelle, taking place in a few days and being planned already before the beginning of the new quarrels it is hoped, that the minister during his stay in Khartoum as well as in South Sudan and Darfur will urgently call for an immediate cease of all military acts of violence. After 12 years of civil war, Burundi is moving from a post-conflict period to a peace-building phase. . In 2004, five different security organizations were brought together into a single national police force (NPP). . After 12 years of civil war, Burundi is currently moving from a post conflict phase to a phase of peace consolidation.
No translations were found in the PONS dictionary. In the meantime, it is becoming increasingly clear that, among other factors, the inconsistent implementation of the General Peace Agreement (CPA), signed by all parties to the conflict, is increasingly causing violent conflict. In 2004, five different security organizations were merged to form a single national police force, the Burundi National Police (BNP).