Sudan military rulers say they rejected proposal from Ethiopian PM to hold negotiations in Addis Ababa
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan’s military rulers said on Thursday that Ethiopia’s prime minister had suggested that negotiations between the rulers and the Sudanese opposition on a transition to democracy move to Addis Ababa.
The Transitional Military Council rejected that proposal, the council’s spokesman said.
FM Gedu Andargachew met & held a discussion with@AsstSecStateAF on #Sudan‘s current affairs. During the talks Mr. Nagy expressed #US‘ full support for ongoing mediation efforts being undertaken by delegates of PM #AbiyAhmed & the AU to bring lasting political solutions in Sudan. pic.twitter.com/NQ6xtoRkZH
— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 14, 2019
The Chairman of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lt. Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, arrived in Asmara in mid-morning hours today for working visit to #Eritrea. Delegation was accorded warm welcome by President Isaias Afwerki on arrival at Asmara’s International Airport. pic.twitter.com/zGvV88o1sw
— Yemane G. Meskel (@hawelti) June 14, 2019
US officials in Sudan express support for Abiy mediation, call on TMC to take responsibility for Khartoum massacre. https://t.co/5HxYVthRn2
— Rashid Abdi (@RAbdiCG) June 14, 2019