“We agree with the international community’s serious concern over the situation in Sudan. This is stated in a joint statement issued by the US State Department.
The United States condemned the October 25 military takeover of Sudan and immediately cut off $ 700 million in economic aid to Sudan. Sudan is also facing pressure from the African Union, which has until then suspended the country’s actions in its order “Effective restructuring of public-led interim government”, Dodala AFP.
On October 25, General Abdel Fattah Burhan, President of the Supreme Council of Sudan, dissolved the organization, which until then had been the joint head of state and government. At the same time, he declared a state of emergency and declared the formation of an “efficient” government. Burhan has detained the Prime Minister and other politicians. The general said the military was forced to seize power as a result of a series of clashes between political parties, which could lead to civil war, he said. At the same time, however, he assured the international community that he would fulfill his promise to transform his cabinet into a civilian government.
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