Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

The Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, said that the war in Sudan currently is “unprecedented in Sudan’s modern history.”

He added that the current conflict “has claimed the lives of at least 15,000 citizens so far, with the deliberate overthrow of state institutions, especially in Khartoum, and ethnic cleansing operations in Darfur and Kordofan.”

In his speech during the opening of the “consultative meeting to restore stability and peace in Sudan” at the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo, today, Wednesday, Aboul Gheit said, “The situation requires an analysis of the roots of the crisis that led to the current unprecedented form.”

He stressed that “the continuation of the war means the inability of the Sudanese state to carry out its role.”

The Secretary-General of the Arab League pointed out that “it is not wise for efforts to remain scattered,” stressing that “the need has become urgent to unify regional and international efforts to resolve the Sudanese crisis, in order to support ceasefire efforts and provide the environment for implementing what was reached in the Jeddah Agreement.”

He also stressed that “the goal of the meeting is to exchange views on how stability can be achieved in Sudan with work, as the goal remains the same for all parties.”

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