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US News: The UN emissary in Sudan met with General Al-Burhane and the Prime Minister Limoge

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The UN emissary in Sudan has spoken with the general involved in the coup that overthrew the civilian government and spoke with the Prime Minister who is assigned to residence.

The emissary of the UN at Sudan , the German Volker Perthes, met Wednesday 27 October the strong man, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhane , and the Prime Minister Limoged Abdallah Hamdok who "is not free of his movements," indicated the United Nations spokesman Stéphane Dujarric.

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it calls for "a return to the transition process"

Volker Perthes "met General Al-Burhane to discuss recent developments" in Sudan, said The spokesperson at his daily press point, in response to questions about the military coup.

He "reaffirmed" the developments claimed by the UN, namely "a return to the transition process" by virtue of constitutional documents and "of course an immediate release of all those who were arbitrarily arrested , added Stéphane Dujarric.

The Prime Minister "Assigned to Residence"

The UN emissary also had

"the opportunity, there is little, to meet the Prime Minister Hamdok in his residence where he remains under good guard", A -T he also indicated.

"It's somehow assigned to residence. It is not free of its movements and it should be ", promotes the spokesperson, without giving more details on the interviews with General Al-Burhane and the Prime Minister limited by the officer.

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© ASHRAF Shazly / AFP The head of the Sudanese Army Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan at a press conference on October 26, 2021 in Khartoum . UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, spoke Thursday, November 4 by telephone with the head of the Sudanese Army, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, exhorting him to restore the civil transition government, more a week after the coup. He called for the release of civilian officers arrested, including Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, in residence approved from Putsch.

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