Jordan applauds Security Council's call for Sudan ceasefire during Ramadan

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NEW YORK – On Saturday, Jordan welcomed the UN Security Council's resolution urging a ceasefire in Sudan throughout the holy month of Ramadan, expressing hope that it would resolve the crisis that has plagued the nation for months.اضافة اعلان

Ambassador Sufyan Al-Qudah, the official spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, underscored the significance of the Security Council's decision, aiming to halt the ongoing conflict in Sudan, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.

The resolution, proposed by the UK and supported by 14 member states, emphasized the importance of dialogue and sought a sustainable solution to the conflict. Qudah highlighted the potential of Ramadan to facilitate a ceasefire and initiate comprehensive national dialogue, ultimately serving Sudan's national interests by preserving unity and sovereignty and minimizing further loss of life.

The conflict, primarily between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), has led to severe humanitarian consequences, including acute food insecurity and widespread human rights violations. The resolution demands full humanitarian access and adherence to international humanitarian law, aiming to alleviate the crisis and foster peace during Ramadan.

Jordan's endorsement of the Security Council's decision reflects its commitment to regional stability and humanitarian principles. The nation stands in solidarity with efforts to resolve conflicts peacefully and ensure the well-being of affected populations.

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