the Arab league demands that the Sudanese government accept help from Neutral third parties to deal with their current crisis. However if they refuse these third parties will deliver aid to Arab league peace keeping forces, who will then distribute it to the Sudanese people. If they attempt to prevent AL Peacekeepers from distributing said resources, further sanctions may be applied.
Mauritania feels that this proposal is most welcoming from the rep for Yemen. Using the Arab League peace keeping forces in such situations will be very effective in making sure our brothers in arms and fellow men and women get the aid they need, under the watchful gaze of Allah.
Mauritania wished it had a stronger economy to help Sudan, but will offer all the manpower it can toward the AL PKO's to make up for its lack of economic support.
We hope such joint operations can continue and that third parties provide the AL PKO's with the equipment and defensive measures it may need in the dire hostile situation in Sudan at current, Insha Allāh. Mauritania hopes that the black community are grateful rather than aggressive of our presence in Sudan, as they appear to be the root of the trouble and Mauritania has experience in dealing with black communities who do not share the same degree of faith to Allah as there fellow Arab cultured brothers do.