Sudan: Despite the cease-fire agreement, clashes continue in Khartoum and its suburbs

In Sudan, the partial implementation of the ceasefire by the military factions continues in some places, while the rapid withdrawal of foreigners continues.

In Sudan, the third largest country in Africa, the army and paramilitary forces are facing each other for power. Despite the 72-hour ceasefire agreement, clashes continue in the capital Khartoum and its suburbs.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres says, “Ten days of violence and chaos are heartbreaking. You can’t imagine that this war will spread far and wide.”

Volker Perths, the United Nations representative in Sudan, has said that the two factions are not ready for reconciliation.

On the other hand, the evacuation of foreigners continues rapidly. More than a hundred Turkish citizens arrived in Istanbul via Ethiopia. Two British ships have landed in Cyprus.

1700 citizens of 50 countries have reached Saudi Arabia by ship. 4 thousand citizens of India have also started returning.

So far, 460 people have been killed and 4,000 injured in the Sudan war.

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