This comes when the US State Department announced on Saturday that Assistant Secretary of State Molly Faye and the new Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, David Satterfield, will attend the Friends of Sudan meeting in Riyadh, next year. days, to mobilize international support for the United Nations mission to facilitate the civil transition process in Sudan.
Molly Faye and Satterfield will also travel to Khartoum to meet activists, political figures and military leaders to affirm Washington’s commitment to achieving freedom, pace and justice for the Sudanese people.
The State Department added that Ethiopia will be the last stop for Faye and Satterfield to urge government officials to end the airstrikes and seize the current opportunity to reach the pace.
The head of the African Union mission in Khartoum, Hassan Belaiche, said in statements to the Al-Arabiya channel that the African Commissioner’s visit confirms that the African Union will continue to meet the requirements of the new phase in Sudan and that contribute to the formation of an independent government of the competences.
Belaiche added that agreements to design a new partnership take time, considering that the African vision will become clearer after meeting with the ruling authorities, political forces, resistance committees and civil society.