A protest against the United Nations Mission in Sudan and a request for his departure

The United Nations Mission in support of the transition phase in Sudan revealed on Wednesday that a group demonstrated outside the mission headquarters in Khartoum, demanding their deportation.

And confirmed in a tweet via Twitter his defense of freedom of assembly and expression, noting that he offered protesters to receive a delegation at his headquarters, but they refused.

Mandate of the Security Council

He made it clear that he is there at the request of Sudan and a clear mandate from the Security Council.

This happened after the Sudanese demonstrated today in front of the mission headquarters in Khartoum, rejecting external interference, chanting slogans calling for the expulsion of the mission from the country.

Interestingly, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted two resolutions on the situation in June 2020 in Sudan.

international resolutions

By virtue of the first Resolution no. 2524, the Council decided to set up a new assistance mission in the transition period in the country.

The objective of the mission (UNITAMS) was to assist in the country’s transition towards democratic governance and to support the protection and promotion of human rights and pace sustainable.

It also announced that the unit will also support the operations of pace and the implementation of future agreements paceincluding assistance in consolidating the pacecivil protection and the rule of law, in particularly in Darfur, southern Kordofan and the Blue Nile.

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