Sudan: Christianity:Written question - HL10066

Q
Asked by Baroness Cox
Asked on: 05 September 2018
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Sudan: Christianity
Lords
To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the rights of Christians in Sudan were raised by officials as part of the latest round of the UK-Sudan Strategic Dialogue in May.
A
Answered on: 19 September 2018

Sudan remains a Human Rights Priority Country for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. I visited Sudan between 3-5 September and raised religious freedoms, including for Christians, with senior members of the government. I also met a number of Christian and Muslim religious leaders to hear directly from them about their experiences. Freedom of religion or belief is a core part of the human rights element of the UK-Sudan Strategic Dialogue, and will be discussed at the sixth round in October this year, as it was at the fifth round in April. The UK is aware of the Annual Report on the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, published in May, and works closely with US colleagues on our shared priorities in this area.

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