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African Union denounces 'dishonest' Sudan talks | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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African Union denounces 'dishonest' Sudan talks | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

The African Union has said it will not be party to talks that exclude significant actors in an effort to get Sudan 's transition back on track after last year's military coup.

The African Union has said it will not be a party to talks that exclude significant actors in an effort to get Sudan’s transition back on track after last year’s military coup.Sudan’s main civilian players have so far boycotted talks with military leaders launched under international auspices earlier this month on reaching a political accommodation that would enable the restoration of desperately needed Western aid.

“The AU cannot continue these dishonest, opaque discussions which sideline participants or treat them in an unjust way,” the bloc’s ambassador to Sudan, Mohammed Belaiche, told reporters late Tuesday.But the AU denied it was abandoning the so-called “troika” of sponsors of the talks process, which also includes the United Nations and East African regional grouping IGAD.

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Stache The African Union has said it will not be a party to talks that exclude significant actors in an effort to get Sudan’s transition back on track after last year’s military coup. Sudan’s main civilian players have so far boycotted talks with military leaders launched under international auspices earlier this month on reaching a political accommodation that would enable the restoration of desperately needed Western aid. Following the announcement of the disbursement of the sum to the Ministry of Health for the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Joint Committee scheduled a meeting with the Ministers of Finance and Health for clarifications on the funds. “The AU cannot continue these dishonest, opaque discussions which sideline participants or treat them in an unjust way,” the bloc’s ambassador to Sudan, Mohammed Belaiche, told reporters late Tuesday. Azonobi said the President Muhammadu Buhari administration deserved some credit for laying a foundation for the country to compete favourably with developed nations in the nearest future. But the AU denied it was abandoning the so-called “troika” of sponsors of the talks process, which also includes the United Nations and East African regional grouping IGAD. On April 21, 2022, President Muhammadu Buhari, directed the Minister of Health, to submit a progress report by the end of May 2022 on the indigenous production of vaccines in the country. That was an “erroneous interpretation” of Belaiche’s comments, its delegation said in a clarification Wednesday. Nireti Adebayo, reiterated the organisation’s commitment to sustainable education, advising the pupils to improve themselves for future challenges.

“The AU representative states that he will not attend some of the activities because they are not transparent, do not respect all participants and do not conform to the principle of non-exclusion from the political process. “The country has been making use of donated vaccines,“ he said, indicating that Nigeria has learnt key lessons from the pandemic, including that countries must look inward for medical supplies and other health commodities.” The pan-African bloc suspended Sudan after the military’s October 27 overthrow of a joint civilian-military transitional government installed in the aftermath of the army’s 2019 ouster of longtime President Omar al-Bashir. Many foreign donors cut off aid, which accounts for 40 percent of state revenues, prompting military leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan to agree to the talks launched by the troika this month. We have the ones that the government has procured that we are yet to use. But the talks have been undermined by a boycott by all significant civilian players, including both Sudan’s established political parties and groups born out of the mass protests that led to Bashir’s ouster. Since US envoys failed to persuade the civilians to give the talks a chance, the process has been put on hold indefinitely. “So we have brought together all our experts, including the producers of vaccines and manufacturers to find a way to have the technology in case of future outbreaks. She charged students to believe in themselves, represent Nigeria positively and shine the light wherever they find themselves.

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