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Egypt Intensifies Efforts to Halt Bloodshed in Sudan, Says Foreign Minister


Sat 06 Jul 2024 | 01:45 PM
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Egyptian Foreign Minister Badr Abdel Atty has affirmed that Egypt is working intensively with all parties to stop the bloodshed in Sudan. Speaking at the Sudanese Political and Civil Forces Conference held in Cairo, Abdel Atty emphasized Egypt's determination to convene the conference to find solutions to the ongoing conflict and halt the violence affecting the Sudanese people.

The Sudanese Political and Civil Forces Conference commenced recently in the New Administrative Capital of Cairo. This initiative is part of Egypt's ongoing efforts to explore ways to end the Sudanese conflict, which has resulted in thousands of casualties and injuries among Sudanese citizens. The conference aims to foster dialogue and identify strategies to stop the fighting and save lives.

This conference is a testament to Egypt's commitment to assisting Sudan in overcoming its current crisis and addressing its severe implications on the Sudanese populace and regional stability, particularly in neighboring countries. The conference reflects the historical and social bonds between Egypt and Sudan and underscores Egypt's dedication to supporting all efforts to achieve peace and stability in Sudan.

The conference gathers all Sudanese political and civil forces, with the participation of regional and international partners, aiming to reach a consensus among the various Sudanese civil political forces on building comprehensive and lasting peace in Sudan. This goal is to be achieved through a Sudanese-led national dialogue based on a purely Sudanese vision.

The situation in Sudan has been dire, with ongoing conflicts causing extensive humanitarian crises. The violence has displaced millions, creating a dire need for international intervention and support. Egypt's proactive role in convening this conference underscores its strategic interest in regional stability and its humanitarian concern for the Sudanese people.

Historically, Egypt and Sudan have shared deep-rooted ties, with cultural, economic, and political interconnections that span centuries. Egypt's involvement in mediating the Sudanese conflict reflects its broader regional policy of promoting stability and peace, which is crucial for its security and economic interests.