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Morocco Urges Political Resolution to Sudan Crisis


Sun 23 Jun 2024 | 12:00 AM
Explosions in Sudan due to civil war
Explosions in Sudan due to civil war
By Ahmad El-Assasy

On Friday, Morocco called for a lasting political solution to the crisis in Sudan during a high-level meeting of the African Union’s Peace and Security Council.

Mohamed Arrouchi, Morocco's Permanent Representative to the African Union and the Economic Commission for Africa, emphasized that the only resolution to the Sudanese crisis lies in a political solution achieved through serious and constructive dialogue. He highlighted the importance of alleviating the suffering of the Sudanese people, preserving state institutions, and preventing their collapse.

Arrouchi expressed Morocco's hope for an end to military confrontations in Sudan, advocating for dialogue to restore trust, promote peace, and achieve reconciliation to address the challenges facing the country.

He insisted that the solution to the current crisis in Sudan should come through constructive dialogue initiated by the Sudanese themselves, reiterating Morocco’s support for the Jeddah Forum and other initiatives aimed at restoring stability across Sudan.

The Moroccan ambassador called for intensified diplomatic efforts to bolster confidence-building measures, protect the Sudanese people and their national resources, and support reconstruction and effective responses to the dire humanitarian situation.

The Moroccan delegation also urged for the crisis to be contained within a national framework (Sudanese-Sudanese) and cautioned against external interference, which could escalate the conflict and threaten regional peace and security.

The delegation reaffirmed Morocco's solidarity with the Sudanese people during these challenging times and its ongoing contribution to continental and international efforts to resolve the Sudanese crisis, ensuring the country's territorial and national unity, ultimately serving the interests of the Sudanese people.