Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Jassem Mohamed Albudaiwi has expressed his strong condemnation of the storming of the Saudi cultural attache’s building in Khartoum, denouncing the looting and vandalism that occurred in the building. Furthermore, he praised the significant humanitarian and diplomatic role that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia plays in Sudan, stressing that all GCC member states stand with the Kingdom in condemning this terrorist act.
Moreover, the Secretary-General stressed the need to respect international agreements and diplomatic norms that guarantee the sanctity and safety of the headquarters of diplomatic missions, urging all parties in Sudan to take the necessary measures to protect diplomats and diplomatic premises.
He affirmed that such actions would lead to an increase and exacerbation of the risks of the security situation in Sudan, appealing to all parties to resort to dialogue to reach a political solution that guarantees the restoration of peace and stability in Sudan, protects the cohesion of the state and its institutions, and meets the aspirations of the brotherly Sudanese people for security and a decent life.
Source: Saudi Press Agency