A road map to end the war in Sudan.. Details of a senior meeting in Chad

While the two parties to the conflict in Sudan return to the negotiating table in Jeddah a month and a half after it stopped, international efforts continue their work in the hope of any calm.

An informed source revealed to Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath that a meeting took place two days ago in the Chadian capital between 3 leaders of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement and a delegation from the Rapid Support, headed by Abdul Rahim Dagalo.

A political map that ends the war

According to the information, the meeting discussed drawing up a political map to end the war that has been going on for 4 months.

The source also indicated that the vision of the three leaders converges with the Rapid Support Forces, but it is different from the vision of the head of the movement, Jibril Ibrahim, who is neutral in the war.

He added that the Rapid Support delegation will hold meetings in many European capitals to search for a political way out of the crisis.

These developments come as Sudanese government sources reported that government representatives have arrived in Saudi Arabia to resume talks with the Rapid Support Forces, according to AFP.

Proof conditions for calm

This came a day after a Saudi-American statement, in which the two countries pledged their joint commitment to ending the conflict in Sudan.

Calm efforts are continuing

It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia and the United States had suspended, in early June, previous talks between the Sudanese sides in Jeddah, after numerous violations of the ceasefire.

However, it is not known until today whether the recent developments between the two parties will have a negative impact on the negotiations, and prevent the establishment of a new truce in the country.

In addition, a mediation attempt was launched by Egypt last Thursday, which was welcomed by the Sudanese army, after a series of previous ceasefire agreements failed to end the fighting that broke out in mid-April.

As for the Quartet Mechanism (IGAD), it decided a few days ago to ask the summit of the East African Standby Force to convene in order to consider the possibility of deploying the Standby Force to protect civilians and ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid to Sudan, in a move rejected by the Sudanese army.

This conflict has displaced nearly 3 million people, of whom more than 700,000 have fled to neighboring countries.

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