Sat. Jun 15th, 2024

Sudan’s representative to the United Nations, Al-Harith Idris Al-Harith, announced his country’s rejection of the UAE’s participation in any settlement to resolve the Sudanese crisis, accusing it of igniting war in the country.

The United States confirmed the resumption of the Jeddah negotiating platform in May with the participation of additional mediators, including Abu Dhabi and Cairo.

The statement of the representative of Sudan came during the Security Council session on the situation in Sudan, where he announced that the presence of the UAE in any settlement will lead to its failure, considering it a state that sponsored the armed aggression and continues to support it.

The representative of Sudan held Abu Dhabi responsible for everything that happened in Sudan, stressing that it would not have happened without the UAE, and accused it of providing military and logistical support to the Rapid Support Forces and its allies.

The representative of Sudan stressed the need to pass a resolution condemning the UAE and urging it to stop supporting Hemedti’s forces and “stop fueling the war, provoking unrest and displacing the Sudanese people.”

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