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EU calling for a transitional government in Sudan

The EU has stated to be deeply concerned about the developments in Sudan.

Additionally, a firm condemnation was published for the attacks occurred on 3 June 2019 and claimed such attacks to be gender and sexually motivated.

EU called for immediate cease of this violence making the Transitional Military Council responsible for such attacks.

The EU noted that civilians and members of the Forces fro Freedom and Change have been arrested, while calling for their immediate liberation.

In the statement, the EU requested an active role from the African Union and its leadership in the precess of transition.

Furthermore, Sudan was reminded of its obligation to cooperate with the International Criminal Court.

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