TALLINN - Estonia decided to contribute 50,000 euros through the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) to alleviate the humanitarian situation in Sudan.
A high-level partnership conference on Sudan was held on Thursday at the initiative of Germany and in cooperation with the UN, the European Union and Sudan. The aim of Berlin’s video conference was to raise international support for the political transition of Sudan.
In September 2019, peaceful protests in Sudan led to the removal of President Bashir and Sudan...
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