The Beja glasses council in eastern Sudan said today, Monday, that it decided to declare civil disobedience. Roads and Red Sea ports in the past few weeks.
Protesters in eastern Sudan reported, earlier, today, Monday, that the medicines are in the port and the government has not completed their exit procedures.
(The protesters stressed that they did not prevent the entry of life-saving medicines from the port of Port Sudan.
This came in response to the Sudanese Cabinet’s warning in a statement, Sunday, that the country’s stocks of necessary medicines, fuel and wheat are about to run out, after The protests caused the closure of the port of Port Sudan, which is the main port in the east of the country.
The council said in a statement that the issue of the protesters in the east of the country is a “just cause” and stressed the right to peaceful expression, but warned that closing Port Sudan port And the main roads linking the east with the rest of the country “harm the interests of all Sudanese women and men.” She believes that the council is “closely following” developments in eastern Sudan during the past weeks and the closure of Port Sudan port and the national road linking the Red Sea state with the rest of the country, and its repercussions at the national level. Port Sudan port and national roads, which he said is “disrupting the country’s development path,” noting that the country’s stock of life-saving medicines and intravenous solutions is about to run out due to the closure. Others, including fuel and wheat, pointing out that the continuation of the closure process will lead to a “complete lack” of these commodities, as well as a significant impact on the generation and supply of electricity in the country.
Last month, the protesters reached an agreement with the government allowing the resumption of crude oil exports from South Sudan through a port on the Red Sea. They also closed a pipeline that transports imported crude to the capital, Khartoum.