Sudan Condemns US recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights


Sudan’s Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned the US administration’s decision to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights.

In statement the ministry described the decision as a clear violation of international legality and the relevant resolutions of the Security Council and devoted to the legitimization of occupation and aggression. but to the principles of international law.

Sudan affirmed that the unilateral American decision does not change the legal status of the Syrian Golan Heights, calling on the international community to reject it as a flagrant challenge to international legitimacy and a threat to international peace and security.

President Trump signed a proclamation Monday that recognizes Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, formalizing the Middle East policy shift he announced over Twitter last week.

Syria’s Foreign Ministry rejected Trump’s decision to legitimize Israel’s claim over the contested land, calling it “a flagrant aggression of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic, turning a blind eye to all international reactions that condemned such resolution,” according to an official interviewed by the Syrian Arab News Agency.