Tuesday, May 2, 2023

Brics countries demand a cease-fire in Sudan

Delhi, India: India and other Brics nations on Wednesday communicated profound worry on the proceeded with conflicts between the Sudanese Military and the Quick Help Powers.

They "profoundly lamented" the passings and wounds caused to regular citizens and asked the gatherings to come to a quick truce, while focusing on the need to regard worldwide and helpful regulation. After the meeting of Brics deputy foreign ministers and special envoys on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) in Cape Town, the remarks were included in a joint statement.

The joint statement reiterated support for joint efforts by various international agencies to facilitate dialogue between the Sudanese parties to resolve the situation. "They encouraged all parties in Sudan to continue dialogue so that the political transition can be achieved, meeting the fundamental interests of the country and the legitimate aspirations of the Sudanese people," the statement read.

As a result of "continued occupation and the expansion of settlements," the Brics countries were also deeply concerned about the deteriorating situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

The countries in the Brics called for a comprehensive UN convention on international terrorism to be finalized and adopted quickly.

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