Recommendations of Sudan’s National Dialogue approved: official
Sudanese Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman says all recommendations of the National Dialogue were passed on Sunday.
Speaking to Radio Tamazuj, Ahmed Bilal stated the National Dialogue’s general assembly would be closed today in the presence of some African leaders.
He said yesterday. “The recommendations of the National Dialogue have been passed and tomorrow will be the closing session which will be witnessed by some African heads of state,” he said.
Meanwhile, US Department of State Spokesperson John Kirby called on the Sudanese government to wait before to conclude the dialogue and to seek a wide-ranging dialogue that includes all the political and armed opposition groups for a viable settlement of the country’s internal crisis.
“While we acknowledge that the conference will recognize the contributions of the different stakeholders to the National Dialogue, we believe it is equally important to strive for a representative and comprehensive national dialogue with participation from political and armed opposition, for a sustainable end to Sudan’s internal crises,” reads part of a statement issued on Saturday.