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Alexey Chepa: “There have always been parties that the conflict has arranged”

In Sudan, finally, there is hope for a more fragile peace, after it was announced the formation of an interim government. Russia supported the decision of the transitional military council, and the deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Aleksey Chepa, confirmed that Moscow would continue its support for a peaceful settlement of the process and further, noting that “there were always parties that the conflict suited.”

Earlier, the head of the Transitional Military Council of Sudan, Abdelfattah al-Burkhan, announced that the formation of an interim government had begun in the country, and elections were scheduled for 2020. The Russian Foreign Ministry has this hope for a fragile one yet, but the world has been highly appreciated, supporting the decision to peacefully resolve intra-state conflicts.

In an interview with Nation News, the deputy chairman of the State Duma’s international affairs committee, Aleksey Chepa, confirmed that Russia will continue to support the peace process.

“Russia has never been indifferent to the events in Sudan, we have always provided great humanitarian assistance,” the deputy reminded. “And I think our support will continue.”

He explained that at this stage it is necessary to “establish a certain order”, noting that in the region “there was a confrontation for many years, which ended with another victim”.

Now Sudan has a real opportunity to solve the problem in a democratic and peaceful way in the dialogue mode.

“And we will support a rapid transition to a democratic rule of government,” the parliamentarian explained.

But besides this, Chepa noted that “there are interests of many countries and corporations in Sudan.”

“Everything connected with minerals causes interest and problems,” the deputy pointed out. “And there were always parties that the conflict arranged, they profited in this” muddy water. ”

He assumes that the current peaceful state of affairs does not suit everyone.

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