Last July, a delegation from the army returned to… Sudan For consultations, he said that he would resume talks aimed at restoring peace to the country in Jeddah “after overcoming obstacles.”
Shortly thereafter, the United States and Saudi Arabia, which sponsored the talks, suspended them.
The army said – in its statement – “Based on the belief of the armed forces that negotiations are one of the means that may end the conflict, we accepted the invitation to go to Jeddah to complete what was previously agreed upon.”
However, he added that resuming negotiations does not mean stopping the battle for national dignity.
Since last April 15, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces have been engaged in bloody clashes in Khartoum and several states, which led to the death of more than 9,000 people, according to a United Nations tally. More than 5.6 million Sudanese have also left their homes and been displaced within their country or have taken refuge in other countries. Neighborhood.
All mediation attempts, including American-Saudi ones, have not succeeded so far in achieving any progress on the way to stopping the war, and the most they have achieved are short ceasefire periods.