From America to Sudan: political transition in exchange of aid!

After the head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, pledged on Sunday to complete the transition phase to reach the democratic transition phase, the United States of America renewed its link with the dismantling of aid to the Sudan, suspended since the end of last October, with the return of the transition path to the country.

US Undersecretary of State for African Affairs Molly Fe, in contact with Al-Burhan, affirmed US support for the process of dialogue and reconciliation between Sudanese political forces and parties, which is sponsored by the tripartite mechanism consisting of the United Nations, the African Union and the IGAD group.

He also noted Washington’s readiness to ease all obstacles and create the atmosphere for dialogue to begin in transparent way.

Transitional vows

This happened after Al-Burhan made a commitment, in a declaration issued by the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, completing the transition phase towards the democratic transition phase, reaffirming its commitment to support the efforts of the tripartite mechanism together with other efforts made by the Sudanese to reach national consensus.

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It is interesting to note that the United States of America, along with 28 European countries, including the United Kingdom and the countries of the European Union, had previously pointed out that the repayment of international funds, suspended since October, is subject to the establishment of a credible civil government.

A national dialogue process is imminent

The 29 countries have also placed in guard against any agreement or government resulting from non-global measures that lack credibility with the Sudanese people and the international community.

It is interesting to note that a national dialogue process is expected to start this week with the aim of reaching a national consensus to get out of the current crisis that the country has been going through for over 6 months.

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