Jeddah: After the mediation of Saudi Arabia and the United States, a ceasefire was agreed in Sudan.
According to foreign media reports, a short-term ceasefire agreement has been agreed between Sudan’s warring military factions.
The Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces signed a short-term ceasefire after talks in Jeddah. According to the news agency, both military groups are determined to implement the ceasefire agreement.
The ceasefire agreement was mediated by Saudi Arabia and the United States. The Sudanese Foreign Office says that the government is bound by all the provisions of the Jeddah Agreement and the Jeddah Agreement regarding the ceasefire will achieve all the desired goals. He said that as a result of this ceasefire, the difficulties faced by the Sudanese people will be reduced.
Arab News The signing between the army and the rival paramilitary rapid support forces took place on Saturday after talks in the Saudi city of Jeddah, while the implementation of the agreement will begin on Monday evening under international procedures, according to the report. Airstrikes and clashes between Sudan’s warring factions were also heard in the capital Khartoum on Sunday. However, the citizens said that there is hope for a pause in the five-week-long conflict after a one-week ceasefire agreement brokered by Saudi Arabia and the United States.