Former Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok has been making serious efforts to stop the bloodshed of Sudan and to put out the fire of war between the army and the rapid aid forces since the fifteenth of last April. The Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan met Tagalo (Hemeti) for the first time since the outbreak of armed conflict.
He is due to meet with the head of the Sovereignty Council and army chief Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan in the coming days to find a consensus formula that would bring both sides of the conflict together. At a table together.
In the last two days, a meeting was held in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, between Hamdok, the head of the coordination of the Democratic Civil Forces, and the commander of the “Tagadam” and the Rapid Support Forces, Lt. Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Tagalo. The “Addis Ababa Declaration” laid the first building blocks for a peaceful solution to the Sudanese conflict.
This includes assurances by the Commander of the Rapid Support Forces that he is ready to immediately and unconditionally cease hostilities through direct negotiations with the armed forces.
The understandings set out in the “Addis Ababa Declaration” made by the Coalition of Civilian Democratic Forces known as “Tagadam” will be presented to the leadership of the Sudan Armed Forces and will serve as the basis for reaching a peaceful solution. For this purpose, representatives of the coordination group headed by Abdullah Hamdok are going to meet the commander of the Sudan Armed Forces. Army Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, before the meeting organized by the IGAD organization between Al-Burhan and Hemeti.
On his Facebook page, Abdullah Hamdok described the absurdity of the heated Sudan debate during a meeting with the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Hemeti, its disastrous consequences and the atrocities exposed to civilians. across the country.
He added: “In the spirit of patriotism and historical responsibility, how happy I am that we have reached the Addis Ababa Declaration, which includes good results, which will surely help us to stop the war and establish a democratic Sudanese state for our children. Live with safety, pride and dignity.
Hamdok emphasized that the most important outcomes of the Addis Ababa meetings between him and Hemeti were the full readiness of rapid support forces for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire, measures to protect civilians, and the facilitation and distribution of Sudanese citizens to return to their homes. Humanitarian assistance, and cooperation with the fact-finding panel, agreeing to the proposed Declaration of Principles and Roadmap, from “progress”.
Hamdok pointed out that Sudan is not the only country with war experience, but it is the living people who turn disasters into opportunities to build a brighter future, renewing his call for an urgent meeting with the military leadership to consider ways. Stop the war and save the country from destruction.
Earlier yesterday, violent clashes between the army and Rapid Support Forces resumed in several areas of the capital, Khartoum. Eyewitnesses said the army shelled several targets of the Rapid Support Forces with heavy artillery and drones. Armored Forces, bases in Al-Sahafa and Jabra neighbourhoods, central Khartoum and Arab Market in the South Belt region.
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