New 24-hour ceasefire comes into force in Sudan | News
Sudan woke up this Saturday under a tense calm after the entry into force of a new 24-hour ceasefire between the Sudanese Army and the rebel group Rapid Support Forces (FAR).
US, Saudi Arabia announce 24-hour truce in Sudan
Local media and international agencies have reported that none of the parties have violated this new cessation of hostilities, although they warned the day before that they would respond if they see any action that threatens them.
The opposing parties agreed that during the truce they will refrain from any type of attack or aggression, as well as from taking advantage of this pause to advance their positions militarily.
They also announced that they will allow the movement and delivery of humanitarian aid throughout the country.
Saudi Arabia and the United States announced on Friday that the parties agreed to a 24-hour truce, one of the shortest since the clash began, which has already caused 850 deaths.
The mediators proposed this new cessation of hostilities in order to "break the cycle of violence" and warned that if the parties do not observe the pause "they will be forced to consider postponing the Jeddah talks."
#Statement | The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States of America announce that representatives of the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) agreed to a 24-hour nationwide ceasefire beginning on June 10 at 6:00 am Khartoum time. pic.twitter.com/WChGntroxH
— Foreign Ministry ���� (@KSAmofaEN)
June 9, 2023
None of the truces between the Army and the FAR have been respected, despite pressure from Washington and Riyadh, which sponsored a dialogue between the parties since May 6, which was suspended on June 1 due to repeated violations of the ceasefire. the fire.
Approximately one thousand people have lost their lives and around two million people have fled their homes since the start of the armed conflict in Sudan on April 15.
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