AP Hussein Malla
The United States has expressed its concern over the announcement by the military who seized power in Sudan to establish a new Sovereignty Council in the country, after they dissolved the former Sovereignty Council and the civilian government in the country.
“The United States is deeply concerned about the announcement of a unilateral sovereign council in Sudan,” US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a tweet posted on his Twitter account on Friday.
He added that the Sudanese army must release all detainees during the military coup that Sudan witnessed in late October, including the ousted Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok, and “return to the constitutional order” instead of “acts that destabilize and polarize the country.”
This tweet came as a comment on the international “troika” of Sudan (the United States, Britain and Norway) expressing its concern about the formation of the new Sovereignty Council, which was chaired by the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, while the prominent military leader, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, known as Hemedti, took the oath as First Vice-President of the Council.
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