Morocco stands with Sudan’s stability, territorial integrity
Morocco, under the farsighted leadership of King Mohammed VI, will always support the stability and territorial integrity of Sudan, said on Monday Moroccan Foreign minister Nasser Bourita.
Addressing remotely the 137th ministerial meeting of the Peace & Security Council of the African Union (AU), Bourita said Rabat will also always back the choices of the Sudanese people, reiterating the steadfast support of the North African Kingdom for the national unity of this brotherly country, its security and stability.
Morocco also welcomed the “political framework Agreement” sealed on Dec. 5, 2022, and the commitment of the stakeholders for an orderly transition, added Morocco’s top diplomat, noting that the political process has been relaunched for the stabilization of the country’s democratic institutions.
Bourita hailed in this regard the efforts made by the UN, AU and IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) in facilitating inclusive political process, saying that continued trilateral engagement will help preserve the December 5 deal and enable the country to overcome its political and economic challenges.
The minister called on all parties and protagonists to make political compromises in order to build independent democratic institutions based on transparency and accountability.
“Although much remains to be done, the direction taken by Sudan is promising,” underlined Bourita, who voiced hope to see this brotherly country stable and regain its place in the pan-African institutional family.