Qatari embassy stormed, in Khartoum
Qatar demanded that the attackers be prosecuted for their heinous crime which violates international law, and demanded that diplomatic missions be spared from the ongoing violence.
The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs said its embassy in Khartoum was stormed and pillaged by what they described as "irregular armed forces".
"The State of Qatar condemns in the strongest terms the storming and vandalism of its Embassy building in Khartoum by irregular armed forces," the ministry said in a statement: assuring that no staff nor diplomats were harmed.
Furthermore, Qatar demanded that the attackers be prosecuted for their heinous crime which violates international law, and demanded that diplomatic missions be spared from the ongoing violence.
Back in April, clashes broke out after weeks of tension between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). Though the two groups were once allies, tensions have been brewing since the proposed integration of the RSF into the military.
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The fighting has deepened the humanitarian crisis in Sudan, where one in three people already relied on humanitarian assistance before the war.
Since then, aid agencies have been looted and at least 18 of their workers killed. Diplomatic facilities have also been targeted. Jordan on Monday issued condemnation after its Khartoum embassy building "was stormed and attacked."
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign announced that the residence of the head of the military office in its embassy in Khartoum was stormed and vandalized.
The Sudanese army accused the RSF of storming the embassies of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, South Sudan, and Somalia.
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