Saudi Arabia welcomes Sudan’s cooperation with international human rights mechanisms

Saudi permanent representative to the UN in Geneva Abdul Mohsen bin Khathila participates in Human Rights Council session on Sudan. (Twitter/@KSAPermanentGVA)

RIYADH(RAHNUMA): Saudi Arabia on Friday welcomed the Sudanese government’s “positive cooperation” with international human rights mechanisms, the Kingdom’s mission to the UN in Geneva said on Friday.
The Kingdom in particular welcomed its work with the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in order to fulfill its obligations to achieve security and stability and improve the human rights conditions of all its citizens despite the challenges it faces.
The statement was made by the Kingdom’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva, Abdul Mohsen bin Khathila, during an interactive dialogue at the Human Rights Council on the human rights situation in Sudan.
He called on the international community to continue providing support to the Sudanese government in order to move forward in achieving political, economic and social stability for the Sudanese people.

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