Sudan directs working pattern of the United Nations representative


Sudan SudanSudanese officials have made it clear that they are not satisfied with the way the United Nations envoy is intervening in the country’s matter. The deputy head of Sudan’s military-led Sovereign Council on Saturday stated that the envoy should be working in facilitating between the two sides in the country rather than trying to mediate.

The Sudanese authority also stressed that the way the UN has been behaving in the African country shows that it is trying to establish itself as a head party rather it should try not to set a pattern. The way military officials expressed the UN involvement, it is clear that the country is definitely going for an easy route when it comes to the international structure. “The head of the United Nations’ Integrated Transition Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) should be a facilitator and not a mediator,” Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo further added.

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He further explained that the country is not denying help from the international communities, it only rejects the direct interference of world leaders in its domestic affairs, even if it is the United Nations. However, in spite of asking what made him take this decision, he did not comment on the matter. Sudan has been witnessing several demonstrations in recent weeks. These protests have taken a violent turn as people started to fight against the military coup.



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