Monthly Archives: June 2019

We ready to hand over control to an elected body: al-Burhan

Sudan’s military ruler said the country’s Transitional Military Council is ready to hand over control to “any authority elected by the Sudanese people.” “We pledge to build the new Sudan and are open to negotiations with everyone,” said Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the Transitional Military Council. “It is our responsibility to listen to the demands of ...

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Saudi official and Donald Booth discuss the situation in Sudan,

Saudi Arabian Minister of State for African Countries’ Affairs Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Qattan received here today Saturday US Envoy to Sudan ambassador Donald Booth. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and the situation, in Sudan, and means to bolster security and stability, in the brethren country. Qattan reasserted the Kingdom taking the side of the fraternal Sudanese, government and people, ...

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TMC warns of dangers of political crisis

The Transitional Military Council (TMC) has warned of the danger of the crisis in the country, stressing that it holds the Forces of Declaration Freedom and Change is fully responsible for any damage caused the march announced on Sunday 30 June. The TMC outlined in statement received by SUNA, that the citizens expect the announcement of a final agreement after ...

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FDFC responsible for any damage or casualties caused by June30 march: TMC

The Sudan Ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) hold the Forces of Declaration of Freedom and Change (FDFC) responsible for any damage caused by their declared march on Sunday (June39). The TMC said in statement received by SUNA that the FDFC will be responsible any killing or disrupts of the movement of the people The statement outlined that TMC M C ...

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Congressman calls for U.S. sanctions on Hemetti and his militia ahead of Sudan protests

The Democratic chairman of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, Eliot Engel, called on the U.S. administration to sanction leader of Rapid Support Forces and his militia, pointing to expected new repression of protesters next Sunday. The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) are accused of the violent attack of 3 June and killing of over hundreds of protesters. However, the ...

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