Russia called on the UN Judicial position against double standards in relation to: Politics: World: Lenta.ru
First Deputy Representative of Russia to the UN Polyansky UN UN Security Council against double standards in relation to what is happening in Sudan. He wrote about this in Twitter…
The diplomat admits that Moscow includes emergency calls in escalation. “We did not agree with the interpretation of recent events as a coup and called on the partners in the Council to adhere to an approach to events in Sudan and in other parts of the world and not apply double standards,” he said.
Polyansky added that the events in the country occurred due to the inability of the authorities to deal with numerous problems and attempts to find solutions from the outside. Onal Sudanese forces are guided by national confrontations, exercise restraint and obstruct actions and appeals. The first deputy representative expressed the hope that the situation will soon return to the constitutional framework.
On October 25, the Sovereign Council military arrested Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk. In addition to him, four ministers were detained – communications, information, finance and industry, as well as the governor of Khartoum Ayman Nimr and the representative of the Sovereign Council Muhammad al-Faki.
After the coup, a state of emergency was declared throughout the country. The transitional military Sovereign Council and the interim government were also dissolved.