Rapid Support accuses: The army does not want solutions

Despite the confirmation that there is no close meeting between the Sudanese army commander, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo (Hamidti), anywhere in continuation of the escalation, Hamdti’s political advisor, Youssef Ezzat, confirmed that work is underway to stabilize the cease-fire. in Sudan.

He added, in a statement to “Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath” on Friday, that the US-Saudi mediation efforts are still in place, stressing that their position is positive regarding the Arab and regional initiatives on offer.

The army does not want solutions.

He also accused the Sudanese army of evading any proposals leading to solutions.

As for the Turkish marches, he pointed out that his forces are waiting to reveal the truth about their arrival to support the army, saying: “They do not intimidate us.”

He also continued that it is able to confront the Turkish marches, if any, stressing that the army used the marches previously and injured its officers, as he put it.

Regarding the rape accusations, Ezzat explained that the Rapid Support Forces assigned a medical official to search for evidence of the involvement of its members in these crimes.

He also stressed that anyone found guilty of rape will be held accountable, and those accused of violence against civilians will be brought to trial.

Months in the abyss of infighting

It is noteworthy that Sudan slipped into the abyss of fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces on April 15, while the military and civilian parties were putting the final touches on a political process that was supposed to lead to the formation of a civilian government.

In light of the escalation, a diplomatic official confirmed that there will be no meeting between the Sudanese army commander, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, anywhere.

This comes at a time when the US State Department announced that the two parties to the conflict in Sudan have no political will.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia and America continue to engage the parties to the conflict in Sudan to fulfill the commitments they claim they want to make regarding the ceasefire, as well as allowing humanitarian aid to reach all regions.

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