Different international reactions to Sudan’s military coup

International organizations including the United Nations and the Arab League, as well as Western countries, have expressed disapproval of the Monday October 25 coup against most of Sudan’s transitional civilian leaders.
The African Union called for an “immediate resumption” of civilian-military dialogue in Sudan after security forces arrested several of the government’s civilian leaders, including the prime minister, on Monday morning.
“The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki, has learned with deep dismay of the grave developments in Sudan,” says a statement from the pan-African organization, calling for “the immediate resumption of consultations between civilians and military” who have been sharing power since 2019.
The secretary general of the pan-Arab organization Ahmed Aboul Gheit expressed in a statement his “deep concern about the developments” in Sudan and called on “all parties to respect” the transitional power-sharing agreement established in 2019 after the overthrow of the autocrat Omar al-Bashir.
The United States said it was “deeply concerned” by reports of arrests of civilian leaders in Sudan by military forces. They go “against the constitutional declaration (governing the transition in the country) and the democratic aspirations of the Sudanese people,” tweeted the U.S. envoy for the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman.
For his part, the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called on the international community “to put the Sudanese transition back on track,” while the Arab League said it was “concerned,” urging “dialogue.
Germany has “clearly condemned” the coup attempt in Sudan which “must cease immediately” to allow the continuation of a “peaceful political transition to democracy”, according to a statement by the Foreign Ministry.

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