The Council of the League of Arab States resumed its meetings on Sudan, on Monday, where the Council of Ministers of Social Affairs and the Council of Arab Ministers of Health held an emergency session to address the humanitarian and health repercussions on the Sudanese people as a result of the ongoing armed clashes.
For his part, an official source in the League of Arab States stated that the League Council met today at the level of permanent delegates in a resumed session, chaired by Egypt, the current session of the League Council at the ministerial level, in the context of continuing its follow-up to developments in the Republic of Sudan.
The source indicated that the meeting of the League Council was held simultaneously with the convening of an emergency session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs, chaired by the State of Qatar, and an emergency session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Health, headed by the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, in response to the invitation made by Mr. The comprehensive Arab conference with the current crisis and its humanitarian and health repercussions on the Sudanese people.
The source added that the League Council is expected to resume its session tomorrow to complete its review of the current developments in Sudan and to support all forms of Arab coordination to deal comprehensively with the crisis.