Sudan calls international community to prevent the Israeli violations

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On Friday, the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the international community to take measures to prevent a recurrence of Israeli violations against the Palestinian people.

The State Department said, “We call on the international community and the US administration in particular to take measures to prevent the recurrence of deliberate violations.

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And the massive attacks on the rights of the Palestinian people that occurred during this dangerous escalation, which led to the loss of many innocent lives, and the destruction of the infrastructure and property of unarmed citizens.

In a statement, the ministry called for “the international community to expedite the provision of assistance and compensation for the reconstruction of the areas affected by destruction and alleviate the humanitarian situation.”

She welcomed the entry into force of the declaration of a ceasefire between the Palestinian factions and Israel, appreciating “the sincere efforts made by our brothers in Egypt, Qatar and Jordan.”

In addition to the American administration, the European Union and the United Nations “in this regard.

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Tensions in Gaza have escalated dramatically after Israel launched a massive military operation against the Strip on May 10, which has caused massacres and widespread destruction of buildings and infrastructure.

During the same statement, the Sudanese Foreign Ministry announced its support for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s call to launch a political process under the umbrella of the International Quartet to accompany this step.

This is in order to end the Israeli occupation and establish an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, on the borders of June 4, 1967, according to the two-state solution.

The “International Quartet” was formed in 2002 and includes the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations.

On March 24, it held a meeting, the first since Joe Biden assumed the presidency of the United States.

Negotiations have been stalled between the Palestinian and Israeli sides since April 2014, to Tel Aviv’s refusal to release old detainees, to stop settlement activity, and to accept the borders before the June 1967 war as the basis for a two-state solution.