The Sudanese army announced that it had decided to extend the current ceasefire for another 72 hours, with the efforts of Saudi Arabia and the United States.
“The Armed Forces Command decided to extend the ceasefire for another 72 hours to create favorable conditions for the evacuation of foreigners by the Saudi and American sides and to facilitate the humanitarian aspects for the Sudanese people,” the army said in a statement. expression was used.
In the statement, which stated that the ceasefire will be in effect from midnight when the current ceasefire expires, the armed forces (referring to the Rapid Support Forces with whom they have clashed) said that the rebels (referring to the Rapid Support Forces with which they have fought) They bombed military institutions and places belonging to our forces, destroyed vital installations, and threatened the lives and property of citizens, and we hope this time that they will not violate the terms of the cease-fire.” It was said.
On April 25, a 72-hour ceasefire was announced, mediated by the United States of America. This truce was to expire as of midnight.
IGAD Dissolution Initiative
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development in East Africa (IGAD) launched a resolution initiative yesterday, which included an extension of the current ceasefire for 72 hours, and a representative from the armed forces and NGOs traveling to Juba, the capital of South Sudan, to negotiate.
The Sudanese army announced that the army commander, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, took the initiative and accepted it “in principle”.
HDK has not yet issued a statement regarding the ceasefire and IGAD initiative.
Clashes between the army and the HDK party in Sudan
Armed clashes broke out between the Sudanese army and the HDK party on the morning of April 15 in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, and other cities.
The dispute between the army and the HDK party regarding military security reform, which stipulates “HDK’s full participation in the army”, has turned into a heated conflict in the past few months.
The Sudanese Ministry of Health reported that 512 people were killed and 4,193 injured in the clashes between the army and HDK that began on 15 April.
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