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Al-Burhan: What happened on the anniversary of the sit-in’s dispersal, bothered me

Al-Sammani Awadallah

Khartoum — The head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, confirmed that what happened on the anniversary of the sit-in’s dispersal bothered me and the investigations will prove the perpetrator and he will be punished, and the suspects have been arrested so the hands of the Public Prosecution will interrogate them.

During an interview conducted by France 24 in Paris, he demanded the existence of a legal agreement with Ethiopia on the Renaissance Dam, and our relationship with Ethiopia necessitates reaching an agreement, and we have relations and we seek a satisfactory and legal agreement. We do not have a desire for a clash and an escalation with it, but our right to sovereignty over our lands will not stand in front of it.

Confirmed the proof is that normalization with Israel has nothing to do with the Palestinians’ right to establish their state, and normalization is governed by state institutions.

On the Emirati initiative to solve the problem of the Renaissance Dam, Al-Burhan said for us that we seek to have all initiatives integrated and under the auspices of the African Union and we believe in the African solution and trust in the ability of the African Union. We only asked for additional guarantees and strength to reinforce the African solution.
He pointed out that Sudan’s debts amount to 60 million dollars, part of which is interest on the debt and the principal debt is little, and part of the organizations provided valuable aid.

He ruled out the war scenario with Ethiopia, and we seek to obtain our rights through negotiation and compromise with our neighbors.

Al-Burhan demanded the existence of a legal agreement with Ethiopia on the Renaissance Dam, and our relationship with Ethiopia necessitates reaching an agreement, and we have relations and we seek a satisfactory and legal agreement. We do not have a desire for a clash and an escalation with it, but our right to sovereignty over our lands will not stand in front of it.

He stressed that what links Sudan and Egypt are old relations, and on this issue, we have similar common interests, and we, the two parties, seek to have a legal and binding agreement in the issue of the Renaissance Dam, because this right is the right of future generations, so an agreement must be made to preserve their rights to water.

He added that his interrogation about the events of the sit-in dispersal, we want to establish a state of justice and law, and there is no great deal with the law, and that there is a vigorous pursuit for the establishment of parliament, and that there are some understandings that are taking place with the revolutionary forces to form the parliament in the near future, and there is agreement on the goals of the revolution unified and there is agreement on the goals of the Transitional stage is to have the honor of moving our country to spaces of freedom and democracy and to reach elections in which everyone finds themselves.

He also said that Sudan’s debts amount to 60 million dollars, part of which is interest on the debt and the principal debt is small, and part of the organizations provided valuable aid.

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