16 May 2018

Sudan: FM Condemns the Israel Entity's Massacre in Gaza

Khartoum — The Ministry for Foreign Affairs on Wednesday issued a statement condemning the Manslaughter committed by the Israel against dozens of Palestinian civilians.

The ministry said the killing of the unarmed Palestinian civilians coincides with the 70th anniversary of the infamous Israeli manslaughter against Palestinian and with the inauguration of the American embassy in the occupied Quds.

The statement stressed Sudan's total rejection of tampering with the political and legal status of the town of Quds, the place of monotheism religions.

"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Sudan condemns in the strongest possible terms the manslaughters committed by the Israeli entity's authorities against civilian Palestinians" the statement said, stressing that this was a flagrant violation of the international laws and a violation of the Palestinians rights.

It said these measures are a provocation to humanity and to followers of the divine religions and a threat to the international peace and security, and an abortion for all efforts seeking peaceful settlements top of which the Oslo accords

The Ministry said Sudan renews its total rejection for any tampering of the legal and political status of the holy town of Quds.

The Foreign Ministry statement said the Sudan calls on the international community to shoulder its responsibility toward the protection of unarmed Palestinian civilians and renewed Sudan's support and backing for the just and legitimate Palestinian cause and their rights to have their own independent state with the Quds as its capital.


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