Sudan military coup: Russia blames ‘outside powers’ for transitional failures • FRANCE 24 English

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#Russia has accused the ‘outside powers’ of interfering in Sudanese affairs. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reiterated these grievances in a statement last week, and on Monday the Russian Foreign Ministry fell short of explicitly supporting Burhan’s moves, but said such actions appeared to be rooted in the shortcomings of the transitional government. FRANCE 24’s Nick Holdsworth reports from Moscow. #Sudan

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