The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday it is “premature” to comment on implications of recent events in Sudan, where the army staged a coup earlier this week.
“It is premature to comment on the implications of recent events in Sudan, but we are monitoring the developments carefully,” the Fund said in a statement.
At least 11 people have died in confrontations between soldiers and anti-coup protesters.
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