Egypt Commends Saudi Arabia’s Efforts to Resolve Sudanese Crisis through Jeddah Talks.

Egypt welcomed the start of preliminary talks between representatives of the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces in Jeddah, commending the efforts of Saudi Arabia, as well as regional and international efforts, which contributed to encouraging the Sudanese parties to start dialogue.

In a Foreign Ministry statement today, Saturday, Egypt expressed its hope that the talks will lead to a comprehensive and permanent ceasefire that will save the lives and opportunities of the Sudanese people and facilitate the delivery of humanitarian and emergency aid. assistance to the victims.

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Egypt urged both parties to the conflict in Sudan to immediately cease fire in order to preserve the capabilities of the Sudanese people and uphold the highest national interests.

Last Thursday, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri made two phone calls to Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, head of the Transitional Council for Sudanese Sovereignty, and Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, Commander of the Rapid Support Force.

Ambassador Ahmed Abu Zeid, spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, said that the Foreign Minister, in his contacts with both sides, underlined Egypt’s deep concern over the continuation of military clashes and their innocent victims, endangering the security and stability of Sudan, calling for an immediate end to fire in order to preserve the opportunities of the brotherly Sudanese people and uphold the highest national interests.

During his contacts, the Minister of Foreign Affairs confirmed that Egypt would make every effort to support the Sudan in this dangerous and unprecedented test, and that the Egyptian people mourned the suffering suffered by the Sudanese people as a result of the ongoing hostilities, which require the mandatory commitment of all parties to a truce. enabling relief operations, providing humanitarian and medical assistance to those who deserve it, and ensuring the protection of civilians.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman added that Shukri reaffirmed during the telephone conversation the firm position of Egypt calling for respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Sudan and non-interference in its internal affairs, and that all diplomatic contacts and efforts undertaken by Egypt at the present time are based on these determinants, and to seek to help Sudan out of a difficult situation by providing an appropriate environment for resolving differences through dialogue.

Arab Parliament welcomes talks in Jeddah

For its part, the Arab Parliament welcomed the Saudi-American initiative and the start of talks in Jeddah between representatives of the Sudanese Armed Forces and representatives of the Rapid Support Forces.

Adel Al-Assumi, Speaker of the Arab Parliament, expressed his hope that this initiative would be a positive step towards a political solution to the Sudanese crisis, overcoming differences between the two sides, ending the bloodshed and returning the Sudanese state to the path of security and stability, stressing that the security of Sudan is an integral part of Arab national security.

The Speaker of the Arab Parliament praised the constructive efforts made by Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the crisis, along with all Arab efforts to support the brotherly Sudanese people and actively contribute to the preservation of the unity of the state, the evacuation of citizens and the delivery of humanitarian aid. to help.

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