The forces of freedom and change seek to stop the Sudan war from Cairo

In a move that coincided with the passage of 100 days since the start of the clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces, the Forces for Freedom and Change in Sudan announced that an expanded meeting would be held Monday and Tuesday in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to discuss ending the war.

The forces said in a statement that the challenges and changes necessitate the need to stop the war and cut off the path of the previous regime’s plan to turn it into a comprehensive civil war and restore the path of civil democratic transition.

Freedom and Change renewed its call for the Sudanese army and rapid support to reach a cease-fire in the Jeddah round of negotiations, which are being held under the facilitation of Saudi Arabia and the United States.

Sudanese political sources also reported that the Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Malik Agar, held a series of meetings and political consultations in Cairo.

The sources said that Agar met with leaders of the Forces for Freedom and Change to discuss all opinions to create a national consensus on Sudanese issues.

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