Saudi Arabia, UAE, US foreign ministers urge end to Sudan military escalation

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The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United States held a phone call on Saturday to discuss the ongoing situation in Sudan, Saudi's state news agency (SPA) said.

The ministers called for a halt to military escalation and a return to a framework agreement between civilian political forces and the military in Sudan, the agency added.


The statement by SPA said, “The Kingdom calls on the military component and all political leaders in Sudan to give priority to the language of dialogue, restraint, and wisdom and to unite the ranks in a way that contributes to completing the consensus that has been achieved, including the framework agreement aimed at reaching a political declaration by which political stability, economic recovery, and prosperity will be achieved for Sudan and its brotherly people.”

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