Sovereignty Council Stresses Importance of Combat to Security Violations in some States
Khartoum, Dec. 6 (SUNA) – The Transitional Sovereignty Council, chaired by its President Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Buran, Monday held a meeting at the Republican Palace and reviewed the unfortunate events that occurred in some areas in Darfur and Kordofan states and led to the fall of a number of victims and damage to properties.
The member and spokesperson of the council, Dr. Salma Abdul-Jabar Al-Mubarak, said in a press statement that the Transitional Sovereignty Council expressed its regret over such events that should have not amount to the level of blood shed and the loss of property. She indicated that the council stressed the importance of combat to the violations and unruliness that occur from groups with the aim to create a state of instability and to spread terror among citizens. Dr. Salma pointed out that the Transitional Sovereignty Council gave directives to impose more controls and to contain the situation in these areas in order to impose the prestige of the state and the rule of law and halt the flow of arms from neighboring countries and to prevent the illegal trade activities.
She said that the council also reviewed the efforts for speeding up implementation of security arrangements clause stipulated by the Juba agreement for peace in Sudan. She added that the council has continued its discussion of the ongoing efforts to combat the spread of COVID- 19 pandemic.
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