We are able to contain the situation, and we will not allow any external interference
Ambassador Dafa Allah Al-Hajj, who was sent by the envoy of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, confirms that the council has decided to start its journey from Cairo, because it possesses many symbols that illustrate the depth of the historical and strategic relations between Egypt and Sudan.
In a related context, Ambassador Dafallah added, during a press conference broadcast by “Cairo News” channel, that a meeting had been held with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, and Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Ahmed Aboul Gheit, in addition to Ambassador Hossam Zaki, Assistant Secretary-General of the League of Nations. During this meeting, the latest developments in Sudan were discussed.
He explained that he had discussed with the Egyptian authorities the reality of the current events on Sudanese territory, including the militia rebellion against the Sudanese Armed Forces, which is considered the legitimate national institution charged with protecting territorial integrity, security and stability, in accordance with military laws and the Sudanese national constitution.
The Sudanese Armed Forces are controlling the situation
He also added that the Sudanese armed forces are in full control of the situation in Sudan, stressing that no harm will be done to civilians. He also stressed that what is happening in Sudan is an internal matter and external interference should not be involved in it, as the Rapid Support militia expelled the medical staff and spread terror in Sudanese hospitals.
He stressed that the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Sudanese Sovereignty Council are always ready to cede power according to the national legitimate political channels, indicating that the Sudanese army is ready to negotiate with the rebels for humanitarian reasons.
He concluded by saying that Sudan represents a great geopolitical importance in the heart of Africa, and its disintegration means the disintegration of the entire region. He called on the international community to understand what is happening in Sudan and to leave the matter to the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, which has the ability to contain the situation without external interference in the country’s affairs.