Khartoum, 24 November 2021 (TDI): Bulgaria supports the restoration of democratic transition in Sudan for peace and stability in the region.
Sudan’s political situation needs subsequent stability. However, the democracy detracted nearly a month ago. Sudan’s top general ousted the Prime Minister; the general public reacted over it and demanded back democracy.
#Bulgaria welcomes the re-instatement of @SudanPMHamdok as #Sudan PM. This is a crucial first step for restoring transition process towards democratic, free and just Sudan. 🇧🇬 firm support for peace and stability in Sudan & the region.
— MFA Bulgaria (@MFABulgaria) November 22, 2021
Sudan Political Situation
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok of Sudan was on house arrest. This military intervention in Sudan Sparked international condemnation and mass protests.
In Khartoum, to ease the situation, at the presidential palace, Sudan’s top General Abdel Fattah al–Burhan appeared with ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. The International Community and United Nations welcomed this positive breakthrough.
Sudan Military Top General and Ousted Prime Minister signed the 14 Points Deal. That officially restores the transition to civilian rule that had been detracted.
European Union, policies for democratic values, rule of law, and human rights are very clear. As a member state of the European Union Bulgaria supports democracy.
United Nations and European Union welcomed the present resettlement, and are hopeful this will bring peace and harmony to Sudan as well in the region.
The deal between the Sudan military and the ousted Prime Minister will finally restore the constitutional order. This will subsequently safeguard the freedoms of political action, freedom of speech and will ensure peace and economic stability in Sudan.
Sudan Diplomatic Relations
Bulgaria is among the first countries in the world that recognized Sudan in 1956 and established diplomatic relations.
Bulgaria and Sudan signed numerous bilateral agreements; to support and enhance the ties, which always have a high potential. Military assistance was provided to Sudan’s armed forces through the bilateral signed agreement in 2002.
Sudan has potential as a business market in northeast Africa. The geopolitical conditions of Sudan also affect the region. This resettlement will also bring Sudan close to other friendly nations especially Bulgaria.