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We allowed food and medical supplies to leave Port Sudan

We allowed food and medical supplies to leave Port Sudan

The Rapporteur of the Beja Optical Council and the Independent Al-Amoudiyas in eastern Sudan, Abdullah Obshar, said, “We have allowed the exit of food, medical and relief supplies from Port Sudan, indicating that a delegation from Khartoum will arrive today in eastern Sudan to discuss opening the area.”

And the return of work in the ports of eastern Sudan is not yet settled. While Ahmed Al-Mousa, an advisor in the Beja Optical Council, announced the suspension of the strike, Karrar Askar, the Youth Secretary of the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals and Independent Verticals, announced that no decision in this regard has been taken until now.

was The Supreme Council for Beja Opticals And the independent columns in Sudan confirmed on his Facebook page yesterday, Tuesday, that “East Sudan will not be opened” except by canceling the eastern route.

Before that, the Council announced its support for the decisions of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, including the dissolution of the Sovereign Council and the government and the dismissal of state governors, amid news of his intention to reopen the east of the country.

Port Sudan

Moments after the declaration of a state of emergency in Sudan, the Beja Optical Council in the east of the country announced on Monday its support for the moves taken by the security forces.

The council, whose relationship with the government has recently witnessed a noticeable tension against the backdrop of the demonstrations and the closure of the Port of Sudan, and the demand for the suspension of the peace agreement signed in Juba, said in a statement that it supports the army’s actions, and aligns with the demands of the people.

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The chapters of the Sudanese crisis continue today, Wednesday, as US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken welcomed the return of the former Sudanese Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdok to his home, amid calls from Sudanese parties to return to dialogue, while the head of Sudanese Civil Aviation announced to “Reuters” the reopening of the airport today at 12:00 4 pm.

Hamdok had returned hours ago, Tuesday evening, to his home, amid security guards.

Army Commander Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan, for his part, announced in a press conference yesterday that Hamdok was with him at his home in order to protect him.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces said, in a press conference, that political forces wanted to monopolize the scene in Sudan.

He added that the mistrust between the transitional parties occurred after the signing of the peace agreement in Juba.

Al-Burhan also said that the initiative of former Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok was hijacked by a small group, and that the army dealt with some crises that the government neglected.