Sudan Calls on Parties in Somalia to Address Differences through Constructive Dialogue

Staff Writer

Khartoum — Sudan has called on the Somali political parties to address their differences through meaningful and constructive dialogue and to avoid violence.

In a statement it issued on Monday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed the importance of the Somali parties’ return to negotiations as soon as possible with a view to moving forward with the presidential and parliamentary elections, as agreed upon on September 17, 2020.

The statement also affirmed Sudan concern over the security, stability, unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Somalia.

The statement renewed Sudan supportive and supportive stance to all the efforts aimed at achieving the comprehensive national consensus and completing the development march in the brotherly Somalia.

The statement pointed out that the Sudanese Foreign Ministry, by the virtue of Sudan’s chairmanship of the IGAD, has made urgent contacts to coordinate with the member states for reaching a peaceful solution to the current situation in Somalia.

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