Sudan will withdraw its military contingent from Yemen, which is part of the Saudi Arabia-led Arab coalition and waging war with the Houthi rebels of the Ansarullah movement.
Report informs citing the Anadolu that Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk said at a conference in US.
The Prime Minister visited the United States to discuss the removal of Sudan from the list of countries supporting international terrorism.
The prime minster added that his government had “inherited” the deployment in Yemen from Sudan’s former president Omar Hassan al-Bashir
“The conflict in Yemen has no military solution, whether from us or from anywhere in the world,” he said.
He added that the war “has to be resolved through political means”, and that his country will seek to “help our brothers and sisters in Yemen and play our role with the rest to help them address this”.