Saudi Arabia affirms its support for the return of political stability in Sudan

Today, Sunday, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the start of the final stage of the political process in Sudan.

In a statement released by the Saudi news agency, the ministry affirmed Riyadh’s standing support for the return of political stability in Sudan and the continuation of the Kingdom in its efforts with Sudanese and international partners to achieve all that would “stabilise, develop and prosper”. Sudan.

The ministry praised the international efforts of the tripartite mechanism represented by the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS), the African Union and IGAD to achieve stability in the country.

On Sunday, the parties to the framework agreement started the final stage of the political process in Sudan, hoping to reach a definitive agreement to resume the transition period.
In his speech on behalf of the Quartet Mechanism, the Saudi Ambassador to Khartoum, Ali bin Hassan Jaafar, welcomed the launch of the second and final phase of the political process, expressing the Mechanism’s support for launching comprehensive dialogues to resolve issues in suspended.

For her part, the representative of the European Union expressed the hope of the bloc’s efforts in course end with the achievement of an agreement that leads the Sudanese to freedom, the pace and justice.

In his speech, the representative of the tripartite mechanism, the envoy of the African Union, Mohamed El-Hassan Belaish, renewed his invitation to all political forces to adhere to the framework agreement.
In addition, a spokesman for the Democratic Freedom and Change Bloc told Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath that there is positive dialogue between the sides under the auspices of Al-Burhan and Hamidti.

For his part, the deputy chairman of the Sovereignty Council, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, renewed his commitment to form a full civil authority in Sudan and form a single professional national army that does not participate in politics.

For his part, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, chairman of the Sovereignty Council and commander in head of the Sudanese armed forces, said that the military institution will have no role in the country’s democratic transformation process.

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