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10 killed in Sudan protests.. Norwegian ambassador: Partnership is important

Paramedics said that Sudanese security forces shot dead at least 15 people and wounded dozens, while demonstrations took place in Khartoum and other cities on Wednesday. The General of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and Corniche Gebeho in Nairobi on Wednesday said that he encouraged regional efforts to return former Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and the civilian-led transitional government and release all detainees. The importance of the partnership between the military and civil components in the country.

In an exclusive interview with Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath, she revealed that there are unremitting efforts from international parties to resolve the crisis, noting that dialogue is the only way out.

As Teresa Loken Ghazel stressed, the only way to resolve is the return of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, adding: “In general, according to my experience, the government of any country is based on the political reality in that country and thus the situation in Sudan is not unique, rather it is dependent on the issue of independence, and therefore the army and the government do not succeed without the other Therefore, the only way out of this crisis is a constructive dialogue based on the return of Prime Minister Hamdok.” From the neighborhoods in Khartoum.

Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath correspondent confirmed the interruption of all communications in the country, as well as the Internet. He also added that the Sudanese forces cordoned off the processions of protesters in several areas, most notably Bahri, Al-Sitteen Street and Umbadah, where tear gas canisters are used on a large scale.

Communications interruption

In turn, the NetBlocks network for monitoring the Internet confirmed the existence of an almost complete interruption of wired communications and terrestrial Internet. And she said, through her official account on Twitter, that this comes after the 23-day-long cessation of mobile communications. The Omdurman Resistance Committees’ coordinators supported the demonstrations, but made it clear that they would settle for a “one-day sit-in” on Al-Arbaeen Street.

from Khartoum (France Press)

It is noteworthy that these movements and protests came with the continuation of international efforts to urge a solution to the political crisis. The past (2021) was the day when Al-Burhan announced the dissolution of the government and the Sovereignty Council, and the suspension of some provisions of the constitutional document. Meanwhile, a campaign of arrests and arrests was carried out that included a number of civil leaders, ministers, and officials in a number of parties and coordination.

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