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Saudi Arabia supported the Sudanese Military Council

Saudi Arabia expressed support for the Sudanese military council, which took over the administration of the country, Al Arabiya TV reported, citing a statement by the authorities of the kingdom.

Riyadh hopes that the measures taken by the military council "will provide security and stability for the Sudan," the statement said.

Also, the report says that Saudi Arabia will provide humanitarian assistance to Sudan, in particular, will provide food, medicine and fuel.



From the coup to the coup: the history of the reign of Omar al-Bashir in Sudan





On April 11, the Sudanese army announced the removal from office of President Omar al-Bashir, who ruled the country for more than 25 years. He was taken into custody, the government was dissolved, and the Constitution suspended. Governance of the country for two years was taken over by the military council, which was headed by the Minister of Defense Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf. After this period, the power will be transferred to the civilian government, the military said.

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