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The African Union seeks to negotiate between civilians and military personnel in Sudan

The African Union seeks to negotiate between civilians and military personnel in Sudan

Al-Arabiya TV quoted sources as saying that the African Union was seeking talks between Sudanese civilians and military personnel.

UN Special Rapporteur on Sudan Volker Ferrett and UNITAMS Mission Leader met with Oluchegun Oboshanko, High Representative of the African Union in Khartoum on Thursday; Discuss developments in Sudan.

Volker said the meeting with “Obosango” discussed regional dynamics and the situation in Sudan: “We have renewed our call and our joint efforts to restore peace, the release of prisoners and the interim phase through dialogue.” Report on the United Nations website.

Today, Friday, the United Nations Human Rights Council will hold a special session to discuss the implications of the current situation in Sudan.

The extraordinary session is being held at the joint official request of the United Kingdom, the United States, Norway and Germany, the report said.

On Thursday, Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, commander-in-chief of Sudan’s armed forces, stressed the importance and necessity of maintaining the path of democracy in Sudan during a telephone conversation with US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen. Accelerate the formation of the government.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Army and the US Secretary of State agreed on the need to complete the structures of the interim government.

According to the Al-Shark Bloomberg Channel, Sudanese sources said that during a phone call, Blingen told al-Burhani that Washington was supporting the aspirations of the Sudanese people.

According to the same sources, al-Burhan told the US Secretary of State that he was working to form a civilian government with or without former Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdo.

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Earlier, the African Union commended the dialogue between Sudanese parties in Sudan to resolve the crisis, stressing that peace was the key to resolving the Sudanese crisis.