FVP renews Sudan’s support for Arab issues


The first vice president Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf headed to the Tunisian Republic to participate in the 30th Arab Summit which begins on Sunday and lasts for two days.

In his speech before the Arab summit at its 30th session in Tunis, Ibn Auf declared Sudan’s categorical rejection of terrorism and condemnation of the crime for killing prayers in New Zealand, calling on the international community and all its organizations to cooperate and unite to fight terrorism.

The summit will discuss several issues including the Palestinian issue, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Israeli developments and violations in the occupied city of Jerusalem, the occupied Arab Golan, the Syrian crisis and developments in Yemen and Libya, as well as support for the peace and development efforts in Sudan, solidarity with Lebanon and support for the Somali Republic.