Saudi Arabia reiterated its steadfast and unwavering support for Sudan and its brotherly people in all efforts to ensure their security and stability, as well as the fulfillment of their wishes for freedom, justice, and peace.
This has been declared through a statement by Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Wasel, the Kingdom’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva, before the Human Rights Council in Geneva, when he praised the Sudanese parties’ constructive talks to rebuild the transitional institutions.
He urged the international community to help Sudan lay the foundations for stability, peace, and security by supporting its efforts to implement the recommendations it accepted as part of the universal periodic review mechanism, which he believes is the best way to deal with the country’s human rights situation.
To create a complete peace that would promote Sudan’s national unity and country, the Kingdom’s representative emphasized the need of respecting Sudan’s sovereignty and decision-making independence.
For over eight months, the Sudanese street has been a hotbed of political turmoil. Popular demonstrations against Army Commander Abdel Fattah Al-actions Burhan’s on the 25th of October 2021 are still going on.
The resistance committees and some active forces refuse to join in the conversation demanded by the tripartite mechanism comprised of the UN, the African Union, and the IGAD group, which was halted last Wednesday following the first session.
The revolution’s forces claim that the majority of them are either supporters of the October measures or members of the Brotherhood administration.
Sudan has been in the midst of a severe crisis since October 25, 2021. Many elements of life have been disturbed by a wave of continuous demonstrations. In response to the military’s activities, the US, international financial institutions, and EU nations have halted billions of euros in aid.
The UN, as well as officials from the US and several European nations on the UN Security Council, have warned of the risks of the Sudan issue, citing hurdles to the civic change process and continued brutality against protestors.