Sudan crisis: Russia expresses willingness to provide assistance
United Nations, April 26 – Anna Evstigneeva, the deputy representative of the Russian Federation to the organization, said at a meeting of the UN Security Council that Russia is ready to help Sudan resolve the current situation in the country.
She added that Russia would like to reaffirm its continued readiness “to continue to assist friendly Sudan in successfully overcoming the current difficulties and returning to the path of peace and sustainable development.”
Since April 15, fighting has begun in Sudan between the Rapid Response Forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo and the regular army. The opposing forces in Sudan exchanged conflicting statements about military successes and control of facilities, which led to a large-scale information war in the media and social networks.
The death toll from the clashes in the country has risen to 600, according to the Sudanese Minister of Health. The representative of the World Health Organization in Sudan, Nima Saeed Abid, said in a weekly briefing to the United Nations in Geneva on Tuesday that 459 people were killed and 4,072 injured. Armed conflict.
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