The situation in Sudan is dangerous and what is happening is unacceptable

At a time when the Sudanese Foreign Ministry confirmed that the armed forces are able to resolve the rebellion in a short period of time, the White House Communications Affairs Coordinator, John Kirby, saw that the situation still poses a threat to Sudanese peoplestressing that what is happening is unacceptable.

And he announced in statements to Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath on Thursday that his country, in cooperation with Saudi Arabia, continues to engage the parties to the conflict in Sudan to fulfill the obligations they claim they want to make regarding the ceasefire, as well as allowing humanitarian aid to reach all regions.

“truce is a priority”

He also continued that US diplomats are working hard, explaining that Washington will not give up trying to reach a permanent truce in Sudan.

These developments came after the Sudanese Foreign Minister-designate, Ali Al-Sadiq Ali Al-Khamis, announced that the armed forces do not want to pursue a scorched earth policy, adding that the Sudanese army is capable of ending the rebellion in a short period of time.

He considered that the presence of the rebels inside government facilities and homes delays the military decision.

Concurrently, the Rapid Support Forces said in a statement that a group of army personnel had joined it, indicating that it did not wish to be a substitute for the armed forces.

A comparison between the capabilities of the Sudanese army and rapid support

Violent fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces

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 addition, fierce battles continued between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the city of Omdurman, which turned into an open military operations area, and resulted in deaths and injuries among civilians, and the destruction of a large number of homes, partially or completely.

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