Arab nations agree on Sudan Plan but do not reveal details about it
Arab foreign ministers say they have agreed a plan of action to defuse the crisis between Sudan and the International Criminal Court (ICC).
They met in Cairo after the ICC’s chief prosecutor said he would seek to indict Sudan’s president on charges of war crimes and genocide in Darfur.
Ministers said the ICC move had set a dangerous precedent.
Amr Moussa, secretary general of the Arab League, said he would travel to Sudan on Sunday to discuss their plan.
However, he declined to reveal its details at the end of Saturday’s emergency meeting.
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