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Al-Burhan holds meetings with African delegation, Feltman

Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the chairman of the sovereignty council in Sudan, said that the issue with the unrest in east Sudan was political, and assured its solution will be through peaceful political intervention, while stressing on the importance of safeguarding the transitional period.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

The head of the sovereignty council in Sudan, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, assured that the unrest in eastern Sudan was political in nature and that it should be solved through conversations and peaceful means.

On Thursday, al-Burhan received a telephone call from US Special Envoy to the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman, where al-Burhan briefed him on the situation in the country and the talks aimed at national reconciliation.

Al-Burhan also briefed Feltman on the progress of the transitional process and the challenges facing it.

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Al-Burhan had also concluded a meeting with an African group consisting of ambassadors, heads of missions, and the representative of the African Union in Sudan on the same day.

During the meeting, he assured the group of the need to broaden participation to include all political forces that contributed to bringing about change in Sudan.

The ambassadors thanked al-Burhan for briefing them on the status quo in Sudan and expressed their appreciation for the briefing.

The AU representative, Mohammed Baleish, explained that the meeting had been transparent in laying out the developments in the transitional process in Sudan, and how to achieve progress during the current stage.

Baleish also stressed on the importance of strengthening unity in Sudan through bringing together all political forces to ensure prolonged stability in Sudan.

The ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mohammed Ma’a al-Aynein, said that they have sensed the Sudanese leadership’s keenness on dealing with political issues and upholding the constitutional document.

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