The Kingdom’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Condemns Sabotage at Embassy in Sudan
The Kingdom’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a strong condemnation of the recent sabotage and break-ins at the Kingdom’s embassy in Sudan and its annexes. The ministry also condemned the sabotage of residences and property belonging to Saudi officials working for the ministry.
In its statement, the ministry expressed its total rejection of all forms of violence and sabotage in missions and diplomatic missions. It emphasized the importance of countering armed groups that are attempting to undermine the restoration of security and stability in Sudan and its brotherly people.
Sabotage at the Embassy
The Kingdom’s embassy in Sudan has been the target of several attacks by armed groups in recent months. These attacks have included break-ins and sabotage of embassy property and annexes.
The ministry has condemned these attacks in the strongest possible terms and has called for action to be taken against the perpetrators. It has also expressed its commitment to working with the Sudanese government to restore security and stability in the country.
Violence and Sabotage
The Kingdom’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has made it clear that it rejects all forms of violence and sabotage, particularly when it comes to diplomatic missions. Such actions not only put the lives and property of embassy staff at risk but also undermine the efforts of the international community to promote peace and stability in the region.
The ministry has called on all parties to respect the sanctity of diplomatic missions and to refrain from any actions that could lead to violence or sabotage.
Countering Armed Groups
The Kingdom’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has emphasized the importance of countering armed groups that are attempting to undermine the restoration of security and stability in Sudan. Such groups are a threat not only to the Sudanese people but also to the stability of the wider region.
The ministry has called on the international community to work together to counter these groups and to support the efforts of the Sudanese government to restore security and stability. It has also pledged its own support for these efforts, including through diplomatic channels and other means.