Burhan noted that the Sudanese Armed Forces was facing rebel groups that committed war crimes against civilians in Khartoum, Geneina, Nyala, and Zalingei.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, arrived in Egypt on an official three-day visit from 27 – 29 May.
The statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed hope that the meetings would produce a comprehensive permanent ceasefire.
The minister underscored Egypt's deep concern about the persistence of military confrontations, which has incurred deaths among civilians.
The incident occurred on his way from his residence to the embassy in Khartoum on Monday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Monday that the number of citizens evacuated from Sudan had amounted to 904.
Military actions are not solutions to the current political crisis in Sudan amid the country’s humanitarian needs, Hamoda added, stressing that the political solution would be the best for all parties.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry made a phone call Sunday to Chairman of the African Union Commission (AUC) Mousa Faki.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry made a phone call Sunday to his Sudanese counterpart Ali al-Sadeq.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a press statement indicating that Minister Shokry delivered a speech on behalf of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
After his arrival to Benghazi, the pilot was promoted to lieutenant general from major general by Field Marshal Haftar.
Egypt's Envoy at the United Nations Osama Abdel Khaleq stated that the reelection is the outcome of the voting of the African group in New York.
Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed Thursday the agreement signed between the federal government of Ethiopia, and the Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) to end hostilities.
The Libyan Ministry of Health announced Sunday that the number of casualties caused by the clashes that broke out Saturday between armed groups in the capital, Tripoli, amounts to 32 deaths and 159 injuries.
This drought led to civil strife, which in turn led to political collapse, according to the researchers.
Okasha explained that such reality incurred the use of arms against Fathi Bashagha.
The ministry urged all Libyan parties to practice self-restraint, and abstain from taking any steps that would foment violence.
Bashagha was minister of interior at the Government of National Accord (GNA) that left power in January 2021.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Tuesday in Cairo Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohamed al-Menfy.
The city lies 130 kilometers away from the capital, Addis Ababa, which is the target of nine armed rebel groups.