Monday, June 17, 2024

Sudanese military team returns to Jeddah and Rapid Support Forces “ready” to resume talks


Khartoum / Bahram Abdel Monim / Anatolia

A Sudanese diplomatic source said on Sunday that the military team had returned to the Saudi city of Jeddah to resume talks with “quick support” forces, while expressing willingness to re-engage in talks to resolve the crisis. .

As of 13:40 GMT, neither the military nor “Rapid Support” has released an official statement on the matter.

“The military delegation returned to Jeddah on Saturday evening to resume negotiations with the RSF,” a diplomatic source told Anadolu Agency, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Regarding the possibility of success in the new round of talks, the source opined that “the matter depends on the seriousness of the RSF negotiators and their commitment to the agreed terms.”

At the end of May, the Sudanese army stopped participating in the negotiations. In protest at what he considered “violations by the Rapid Support Forces of the Armistice”.

A Rapid Support Force source, who did not want to be named, told Anadolu Agency: “Our representatives are ready to resume negotiations with the military to reach a peaceful solution to the crisis. The suffering of civilians.”

On Saturday evening, the head of the Interim Sovereignty Council, the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, “expressed the government’s readiness for a cease-fire during the government’s shutdown of civilian homes, water, electricity and energy service centers and the headquarters were evacuated by RSF rebels.”

The army and the Rapid Support Forces, led by Muhammad Hamdan Tagalo (Hemeti), accused each other of starting the fighting on April 15 and committing violations during an ongoing cease-fire that has not succeeded in ending the clashes.

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There were differences between al-Burhan and Hamidi, the most important of which was over the timeline for implementing a plan to integrate “quick support” into the military, a key clause in the deal promising to return power during the regime. Interim period for citizens.

As it approaches its fourth month, the conflict has killed more than 3,000 people, most of them civilians, and displaced some 3 million people and refugees in and out of one of the world’s poorest countries, according to the United Nations.

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