Sudanese Foreign Ministry: UN envoy Volker Peretz is one of the reasons for the outbreak of war in the country
Today, Friday, the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the UN envoy, Volker Peretz, is one of the reasons for the outbreak of war in the country, according to Al-Arabiya news channel.
During the recent period, the Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman said, “I thank Egypt for its support for the Sudanese people.”
He expressed his thanks in televised statements to Egypt and President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi for their support to the Sudanese people.
Ibrahim pointed out that Egypt is “the closest country to Sudan,” and that Egypt’s understanding of the events in Sudan confirms the depth of relations between the two brotherly countries.
He pointed out that the Sudanese Foreign Ministry is open to all initiatives, and that there are contacts between Sudan and all neighboring countries.
He also stressed Sudan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, rejecting any external interference to deal with the crisis, considering it an “internal Sudanese matter.”
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said, earlier, that the initiative of the Sudanese neighboring countries is a testament to the unity of purpose, firm intentions, and serious political will to help Sudan get out of its ordeal by putting an end to such a devastating war.
Speaking at the first meeting of the ministerial mechanism in Chad, Shoukry said: “Today’s meeting aims to develop the decisions of the Cairo summit regarding the seven neighboring countries of Sudan – which took place on July 13 – into an executive vision and coordinated steps that contribute to dealing with the causes of the current crisis and stopping the bloodshed of the people.” Sudan, upholding the unity of the state and its institutions, and mitigating the negative effects of the crisis on neighboring countries.
Shoukry said that the meeting of the ministerial mechanism is expected by millions of Sudanese who are intimidated daily by the ongoing fighting across the country, adding that “millions of optimistic Sudanese who stayed in their homeland and those abroad and those who fled the scourge of war to neighboring countries, consider the initiative as a last resort.” news report.