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An attempt to assassinate the Prime Minister of Sudan

Abdullah Hamdouk survived a terrorist bombing Abdullah Hamdouk survived a terrorist bombing

Sudan, Egyptian news vision: - An investigation was opened into the attempt to assassinate the Sudanese Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdouk, as his convoy was subjected to a terrorist bombing and shooting, just below the Copper Bridge, while there were no injuries either to the minister or his accompanying crew.

The European Union, the United States of America, Britain and Qatar have condemned the assassination attempt that occurred while the minister headed from his home to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.

The National Congress Party, the party of ousted President Omar al-Bashir, also condemned the failed assassination attempt on Hamdouk.

"The attempt to assassinate Hamdock does not resemble the values ​​of the Sudanese people," party leader Ibrahim Ghandour said on his Facebook page.

The Vice-President of the European Commission, Joseph Borrell, expressed his shock at the failed assassination attempt against the head of the Sudanese government.

The US embassy in Sudan said: "We are shocked and saddened by the attack on the convoy of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk."

The British ambassador to Khartoum, Irfan Seddik, said that "the explosion that occurred on the motorcade of the Sudanese Prime Minister is very worrying and must be fully investigated."

In a statement, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs considered that "this attempt is considered an unacceptable criminal act, and stresses the need to pursue those involved in it and bring them to justice."

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