The Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said on Thursday that his country supports the agreement on the constitutional declaration signed by the Sudanese factions in early August.
Cavusoglu said during a press conference with his Nigerian counterpart in the capital Ankara, that he is invited to participate in the ceremony of the final signing of the agreement on the Constitutional Declaration on August 17.
He added: “We hope that these developments will bring peace and security to the brotherly Sudanese people, noting that Turkey will continue to provide its support at this stage.”
He pointed out that his country considers the implementation of the agreement an important step towards achieving peace and transition to a civilian rule in Sudan.
On August 4, the junta and the forces of “freedom and change” have initialed the constitutional document, mediated by the African Union.
The final agreement on the Political and Constitutional Declaration of the transitional period is due to be signed by the two sides on August 17.
The agreement states on the formation of the Council of Sovereignty from 11 members, five military personnel selected by the military council, and five civilians, selected by the forces of freedom and change, in addition to a civilian be picked by consensus.