“Beja Glasses” closes the national road, Port Sudan, Khartoum

The Supreme Council of Beja Opticals and the Independent Al-Amoudia in Sudan announced today on its Facebook page, Monday, the closure of the national road to Port Sudan, Khartoum.

On Friday, the Beja Council decided to close the Sudanese Company for Mining and Mineral Resources in the Red Sea State, “in the context of the announced escalation and after the expiry of the deadline granted by the Council to the government authority” in Sudan.

And last Tuesday the Council announced that the exclusion of the eastern regions from any political solution would have disastrous consequences for the country.

“We will not allow the elites to implement their plans, which they have implemented since independence, exploiting resources and marginalizing the people of the East,” the council added. in a statement on his Facebook page.

The statement also continued: “If those in power want to negotiate, they must implement the terms of the contract and implement the decisions of the fateful Sankat Conference.”

An invitation to meet the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals

Interestingly, Beja glasses are among the supporters of the exceptional measures imposed by the country’s armed forces last October, declaring a state of emergency and dissolving the government.

In January, the Vice President of the Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, issued the decision to form a committee of the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals and Independent Al-Amoudiya, to implement the conditions of “Qild”, to conduct social reconciliations and complete the tradition between the signatory parties in Eastern Sudan and seek the assistance of people of opinion and wisdom.

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