Osman Kluge, general secretary of the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals in eastern Sudan, said today, Friday, that the council is still standing “until our demands are met”, considering that the central government ” procrastinating ”in solving the problem.
In a speech published by the council’s media on Facebook, he added: “We do not accept the threat of any power in the world, neither the troika nor America.” “Our demonstration is peaceful and we are in our state and we have not gone beyond our borders,” he said.
He explained: “We have asked for autonomy if the government is not able to implement our conditions, and we have asked for the abolition of the East Sudan Trail, because it does not represent the people of the region. ‘East,’ stressing that the government, ‘with its military side, has failed to resolve the problem of eastern Sudan.
Responding to a statement issued by America, Britain and Norway, Kluge said: “We do not accept the threat of any power in the world, neither the Troika nor America”.
It comes as the Beja Glasses, led by overseer Muhammad Al-Amin Turk, agreed to mediate between the original Federalist Party leader Muhammad Othman Al-Mirghani. To resolve the crisis in eastern Sudan.
According to Sudanese media, Democratic Unionist Party leader Ahmed Al-Singak revealed signs and results of Hassan Al-Mirghani Al-Nazir Turk’s meeting on Wednesday, indicating that it will appear in the next few hours to complete the crisis in the east of the country.
He added that the meeting discussed The problem and the demands of the East and defuse the crisis before it ignitesAnd also to preserve Sudan from fragmentation and preserve its unity, especially the eastern states.
Al-Mirghani enjoys special respect and appreciation from all parts of the East, and he is the only Sudanese leader and the Maraghneh family who can resolve this crisis.
The national road connecting Khartoum and Port Sudan was closed on Friday, September 17, and the demonstration extended to the stoppage of air navigation at Port Sudan airport on the 23 of the same month, and the case climaxed after the closing of the pipelines. of the State of South Sudan and the suspension of inbound and outbound movements of petroleum products.
On Tuesday, the Sudanese Council of Ministers, headed by Abdullah Hamdok, formed a committee to agree on practical solutions to close the port of Sudan with the military component.
At the periodic cabinet meeting today, Thursday, chaired by Hamdok, the council reiterated its focus on the justice of the eastern issue and its priority as it relates to the political, social and development issues of the people. from eastern Sudan.
According to the statement, the council warned of the effects and repercussions of the closure of the port and the closure of the roads between Khartoum and Red Sea State.