Mr. President, Members of the Security Council,
I am grateful for the opportunity to brief you again on the situation in Sudan.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted seven decades ago, established the equality and dignity of every human being, and the duty of every government to provide an environment in which its people can enjoy and exercise their rights as the foundation for freedom, justice, a
UNITAMS is gravely concerned by the significant rise in tribal and intercommunal violence, resulting in the unfortunate loss of civilian lives and livelihoods, most recently in Tawila, Dar Es Salam and Sortoni, Kabkabiya localities of North Darfur and Jebel Moon, West Darfur.
The members of the Security Council expressed serious concern about the military takeover in Sudan on 25 October, the suspension of some transitional institutions,the declaration of a state of emergency, and the detention of Prime Minister Abdal
The Secretary-General strongly condemns the ongoing military coup d’état in Khartoum and all actions that could jeopardize Sudan’s political transition and stability. He calls for the immediate reconstitution of the governing arrangements provided for under the Constitutional Document.