UAE welcomes call for Sudan ceasefire during Ramadan

The UAE has welcomed the UN Security Council resolution which calls for a ceasefire in Sudan during Ramadan, in light of the continued deterioration of the humanitarian situation.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has expressed its hope that a ceasefire would help towards ending the crisis between the Sudanese parties, preventing further suffering of the Sudanese people, and facilitating the arrival of relief and humanitarian aid to the affected areas, especially for the most vulnerable groups, including the sick, children, the elderly and women.

In a statement, the Ministry underscored its steadfast support for all endeavours working towards de-escalation, achieving a ceasefire, and initiating political dialogue, that facilitates the restoration of peace, safety and security and fulfills the aspirations of the brotherly Sudanese people for stability and prosperity.


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