Qatar strongly condemned on Saturday the irregular armed forces' storming and vandalizing of its embassy in Khartoum, reported the state news agency (QNA).
Embassy staff had been previously evacuated, and no one was harmed in the incident.
In a statement on Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed the need to spare embassies, diplomatic missions, headquarters of international organizations, and civilian facilities the consequences of the fighting in Sudan.
It demanded that the perpetrators be brought to justice, saying such attacks are a violation of international law and agreements.
The ministry reiterated Qatar’s call for an immediate halt to the fighting. It urged all parties to exercise maximum restraint, return to reason, prioritize the public interest and spare civilians the consequences of the fighting.
Doha hopes that all parties will pursue dialogue and peaceful means to overcome differences, it added.