EU official spokesman for the Middle East and North Africa Luis Fueno posted a photo on his Twitter account on Friday of the Sudanese flag flying near the Union building in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
“We raised the Sudanese flag in the European Union to honor the Sudanese people and show our support for the aspirations of the Sudanese,” Funo said.
He added, “We support the efforts of the international community to return to the path of public-led democracy.
On the other hand, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today called on military leaders in Sudan to “step back from their position” after seizing power last week.
Commissioner Michelle Bachelet’s statements were made during an emergency session on the situation in Sudan at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Bachelet said he was concerned about the military’s seizure of power in Sudan on October 25.
The Armed Forces, military police and security forces, which have claimed the lives of at least 13 civilians so far, have called for an end to the use of deadly force.
“I urge the Sudanese military leaders and their supporters to step back and allow the country to move back on the path of progress towards institutional and legal reforms,” he added in his address to the House.
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