Sudan welcomed the Palestinian factions’ signature of the “Algiers Declaration” for national reconciliation, which puts an end to the internal Palestinian division that lasted 15 years.
In a statement, the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs praised Algeria’s role in achieving Palestinian national reconciliation, stressing its “support for its continuous efforts in this field.”
It also stressed the importance of Palestinian unity “to achieve the legitimate goals of the Palestinian people and their right to establish their independent state in accordance with international legitimacy resolutions.”
Last Thursday, in Algiers, the Palestinian factions signed the “Algiers Declaration,” which culminated in the work of the reunification conference in order to achieve Palestinian unity, held from October 11 to 13, to serve as a solid ground for achieving unity between the various Palestinian factions.
The “Algiers Declaration” stressed the importance of Palestinian national unity as a basis for steadfastness and resistance to the Zionist occupation to achieve the legitimate goals of the Palestinian people.