We continue to bridge the views between the two sides of the conflict in Sudan

After the last short truce ended on Sunday, the clashes flared up again in Sudan Between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, it was announced The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that Riyadh continues with Washington to facilitate and bridge the views between the two parties to the conflict.

It also added in a statement on Tuesday that the Kingdom He chaired with Qatar, Egypt, Germany and the United Nations the Humanitarian Response Conference in Sudan.

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She continued that the conference will come to Supporting the humanitarian response in Sudan, to be held on June 19.

These developments came as clashes resumed in Sudan between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, following the end of the 10-day truce.

Attention was drawn to the Quartet, which includes Ethiopia, Somalia and South Sudan, and is chaired by Kenya, which is expected to launch a series of meetings that will last approximately 10 days, in order to bring together the leaders of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, nicknamed Hamidti is in direct talks, in order to find a permanent solution to the crisis, according to what was concluded yesterday, Monday, by the “IGAD” summit held in Djibouti.

Hundreds dead and thousands injured

It is noteworthy that the conflict that broke out between the two major military forces in the country, since April 15, resulted in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries, while chaos prevailed in many regions, especially Khartoum and the Darfur region, amid international fears that the flame of tension would spread if the war was prolonged to other countries. neighborhood, or turn into a civil and tribal war.

While dozens of previously announced truces between the two parties did not hold, as they were breached in the first hours of their entry into force despite the two sides’ pledge in the Jeddah negotiations to commit to protecting civilians, facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid, and withdrawing from hospitals in an agreement signed on May 20.

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