On Tuesday, Sudanese Deputy Foreign Minister Mohamed Sharif said that all plotters involved in the attempted coup in Sudan have been arrested and will be brought to justice.
“Two days ago, there was an attempted coup by a number of officers linked to the former regime of ousted president Omar Al-Bashir. This attempt was rejected by all segments of the Sudanese people, and all the plotters have been arrested,” Sharif said in a press conference.
On Tuesday, Egypt condemned the failed coup attempt in Sudan, affirming its support for the institutions of the transitional government in Sudan and its tireless efforts to achieve the aspirations of the Sudanese people at this important stage in the country’s history, according to a statement issued by the country’s foreign ministry.
The Egyptian government also affirmed its full keenness on Sudan’s stability, security, and development, and their rejection of any attempt to obstruct the country’s development efforts, within the framework of the unity of destiny and the eternal ties that unite the peoples of the Nile Valley.
“Any effort to undermine Sudan’s political transition will jeopardize the hard-earned progress made on the political and economic fronts,” it added.
The Sudanese government said Tuesday that it has foiled a coup plot of officers of a group of armed forces from the remnants of the former regime.