Sudan condemns attack on Egyptian army and Palestinians

By: Ahmed Alhaj (Site Admin)



Khartoum,(  sudanow.info.sd )- Sudan has condemned  the Israeli attacks against the Palestinian civilians and the Egyptian army, saying international community should denounce the action and stop using  double standards

 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement it issued Saturday.

The Sudanese government would like to express its full condemnation against these repeated vicious aggressions against the Palestinian civilians and would like to renews its full support of the struggle of this people, using all legitimate means to resist the occupation. the statement said


It added that the Sudanese government condemns in the strongest possible terms the Israeli aggression against the soldiers of the Egyptian army and sends its condolence to the families of the Palestinian and the Egyptian martyrs .


The Sudanese government would like to take this opportunity and remind the influential forces in the world community, top of which the united states of America on the need to counter those aggression and repeated Israeli crime against the Palestinian people. They should also abandon the double standards policy in dealing with the issues of international justice and human rights., the statement underlined

There are no more human violations and degradation of human dignity more than maintaining a whole people under occupation and disarming it of even the rights of an occupied people that are enshrined in the international legislations.it concluded



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