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Saudi Arabia condemns storming of Jordanian embassy, Kuwaiti mission residence in Khartoum

Saudi Arabia condemns storming of Jordanian embassy, Kuwaiti mission residence in Khartoum

The Saudi foreign ministry condemned on Tuesday the storming of the Jordanian embassy in Khartoum, and the storming and vandalizing of the Kuwaiti mission’s residence in the Sudanese capital.
“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia completely rejects all forms of violence and vandalism against diplomatic missions and representations,” the statement said.

“We call on all Sudanese sides to adhere to calm as agreed during the latest talks in Jeddah, and commit to political process.”

Without identifying the perpetrators, the Jordanian foreign ministry said on Monday that its embassy in Khartoum had been stormed and vandalized.

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs also said on Monday that the residence of its military office chief at the embassy in Khartoum was stormed and vandalized.

Both ministries have denounced the attacks and described them as a violation of all international norms.

The UAE also strongly condemned the the two incidents, stressing the importance of protecting diplomatic buildings and residences of embassy employees according to the customs and charters that govern and regulate diplomatic work.

“The UAE expresses its strong condemnation of these criminal acts and its permanent rejection of all forms of violence and terrorism that aim to destabilize security and stability in contravention of moral and human values and principles,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said in a statement.

It also underscored the importance of intensifying efforts aimed at a cease-fire, a return to the political framework and dialogue, and moving forward in the transitional phase to reach the desired political stability and security in Sudan.

Qatar also issued a similar statement and called for an immediate halt to the fighting in Sudan, the exercise of maximum restraint, resorting to the voice of reason, giving priority to the public interest, and sparing civilians the consequences of the fighting.

It also expressed its hope for all parties to pursue dialogue and peaceful ways to overcome differences.
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