America, Britain and Norway warn Al-Burhan against unilateral measures..and demand the return of Hamdok

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Troika countries (the United States, the United Kingdom and Norway) announced, on Tuesday, that they had met with Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, the commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces, and warned against taking unilateral measures, and also stressed the need to reinstate the constitutional document and return to work. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok for his position.

The three countries said, in a statement they published: “The Troika met today with General Al-Burhan, and the meeting dealt with the strong desire of the Troika to see the democratic transition in Sudan back on its right track.”

She added: “We warned against unilateral measures, and stressed the need to restore the constitutional document and the return of Prime Minister Hamdok to his position as a basis for discussions on how to achieve a civil-military partnership and a civilian-led transitional government that faithfully reflects the aspirations of the Sudanese people, who have shown remarkable courage and steadfastness when defending their democratic rights.”

“This would reflect a pledge to remain on the right track toward free and fair elections at the end of the transitional period,” the three countries added.

The three countries stressed that they urged “the immediate release of all detainees since October 25, the lifting of the state of emergency, and an end to violence against peaceful demonstrators as essential steps towards resuming the democratic transition in Sudan.”


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