Saudi Arabia Condemns Attack On Its Embassy In Sudan

  • Publish date: Friday، 09 June 2023
Saudi Arabia Condemns Attack On Its Embassy In Sudan

The attack on the Saudi embassy in Sudan's capital Khartoum by armed gangs, who attacked and vandalised its facility, was denounced by the Saudi Foreign Ministry on Thursday.
In a statement, the ministry addressed "the Kingdom's total rejection of all forms of violence and sabotage against diplomatic missions and representations."

The significance of battling these armed organisations that aim to obstruct Sudan's people from regaining security and stability was also brought up.

The Saudi employees' houses and property were damaged during the attack, which occurred a day after Bahrain's foreign ministry reported that an armed group had broken into and vandalised the nation's embassy and ambassador's residence in Khartoum.

These vandalism incidents coincide with fighting between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which has afflicted Khartoum, the country's capital, and other regions since April 15.

According to the Sudanese Medical Union, there have been at least 863 civilian fatalities, thousands more injuries, and a huge evacuation.

In the Saudi city of Jeddah on the Red Sea, ceasefire negotiations started in early May. As the parties engaged accuse one another of escalating the war, there have been several violations of the truces that were agreed upon.

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