Arab League welcomes formation of new Sudan government

Sami Hegazi
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The Arab League has welcomed the formation of a new government in Sudan, which was announced by the country’s Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk.

Its formation was approved by the Sovereignty Council of Sudan at its meeting, on Monday, headed by Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan.

In a Tuesday statement, the Arab League’s General Secretariat praised the patriotic spirit and consensual partnership demonstrated by the various Sudanese factions in completing this important step. The Arab League noted that it will also help Sudan move towards enjoying the benefits of its transitional phase and peace process.

At the same time, the Arab League renewed its commitment to continuing its efforts to support the new government and Sudan’s state institutions towards achieving security, stability, economic recovery, and the success of political transition.

The statement mentioned that Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit sent a telegram congratulating Hamdouk on forming the new government. Aboul Gheit also sent a similar message of congratulations to Maryam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi, on the occasion of her appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs

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