Egypt’s president denies sponsoring Sudan Coup

In the wake of the military coup in Sudan and the subsequent protests calling for civilian government, Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has spoken out.

Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has rejected the accusations that Egypt is siding with Sudan’s military chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

Reporters on the margins of the World Youth Forum in Sharm el-Sheikh heard him say, “Just because we have not published any public pronouncements does not indicate that we are allied to this side or that side.”

Both the military and demonstrators were urged to engage in conversation in order to resolve the political problem, according to him.

A dam on the River Nile, which has sparked a decade-long dispute between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan, has now been halted by the three countries, according to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.

A binding deal before the dam is fully functioning had always been Egypt’s intention.

A solution had not yet been discovered, he claimed, so the country turned to the UN Security Council for assistance.

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