The European Union threatens to suspend its financial aid to Khartoum

Brussels-Al Sharqiya October 27: The European Union threatened to suspend its financial aid to Sudan if the army did not return power to the civilian government immediately.
In a statement on behalf of the 27 member states of the bloc, European Union Foreign Minister Josep Borrell warned that the attempt to undermine the transition towards democracy in Sudan is unacceptable.. Borrell said that if the situation is not immediately returned to the way it was, there will be serious repercussions for the European Union's commitment, including: That is his financial support for Sudan.


The Iraqi security forces entered a state of maximum alert in anticipation

Director of the Iraqi European Center for Development Hassan

The economist Haitham Al-Anbaki warned that signs of desertification