The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

Yes. When the agreement was drafted, Foday Sankoh demanded that he would go to meet his people to get their mandate. When I say "people", I mean the combatants and the civilians in the RUF-held part of the country. So we went to the RUF-held part of the country. That was in - I mean, the headquarters was Balahun. That's where we went. And in that team with him I was present, Captain Sylvester Palmer was present - Philip Sylvester Palmer was present. Then Ambassador Abdulai Abdallah was present, the Ivorian Foreign Minister, director of cabinet by then. He went to represent the Government of Cote D'Ivoire. Then Foday Sankoh himself was there.

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