Speaker of Arab Parliament Dr. Mishaal bin Fahm Al-Salami lauded the joint Saudi Arabia, UAE financial support extended to Sudan worth some three billion dollars, including $500 million as a deposit at Sudan Central Bank, calling on all Arab countries to provide support for Sudan at this critical moment, citing the significance of economic support which satisfies the necessary needs of the people of Sudan.
In a statement on the sidelines of the signing ceremony of the Sudan Agreement held in Khartoum today, Al-Salami, who led his organization’s delegation to attend the occasion, congratulated Sudan people on reaching this historic accord witnessing their congruence of ideas on a road map for the future of their country.
Al-Salami confirmed that reaching this agreement reflects the great responsibility the Sudanese civil and military parties were endowed with to pave the way for building a democratic civil State and cut the way before callers for chaos, sedition and sabotage in the Arab world.
He hailed the high spirit of negotiation coming up among the members and leaders of the Transitional Military Council and the Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change, calling on other Sudanese parties to support the agreement.
He reiterated call to lift Sudan from the terror sponsors list, vowing that the Arab parliament has drafted an aide-memoire in that concern which would be dispatched in coordination with the Sudan government to the U.S. administration and U.S. congress.