Egyptian-American consultations on the Sudan war

On Tuesday, at the headquarters of the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Egyptian Assistant Foreign Minister, Director of the Sudan and South Sudan Department, discussed with the American envoy to Sudan, Tom Perriello, accompanied by the US Ambassador to Cairo, Hero Mustafa, the efforts made to stop the war in Sudan..

The meeting discussed, according to a statement by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, “the efforts made to reach a ceasefire and return to the negotiating table, to spare the blood of the brotherly Sudanese people and to preserve the security and safety of civilians, in addition to the possibility of opening humanitarian corridors to facilitate the arrival of food and medical supplies to the Sudanese, while highlighting the role It is pivotal for Egypt and neighboring countries in this field.”

The statement reviewed the ongoing preparations to hold the international humanitarian conference to support Sudan and neighboring countries, which will be hosted by Paris on April 15, and is expected to witness broad participation from countries sponsoring peace efforts in Sudan, donors and international organizations..

According to the Egyptian statement, the two sides agreed to “continue consultation and coordination during the next stage, and to provide all means of support, in a way that contributes to Sudan overcoming the delicate and critical stage it is going through.”

(Sky News)

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