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Fighting continues between military and militias in Sudan’s capital despite ceasefire agreement



Despite a ceasefire agreement hoped to be brokered by the United States and Saudi Arabia, the conflict continues, limiting civilian traffic and humanitarian aid.

This Monday, May 22nd, Seven-day ceasefire begins in Sudan in the midst of conflict between Armies and militias of African countries .

an intermediary party; Saudi Arabia and the United States They commented that there would be a “monitoring mechanism” with representatives from Riyadh and Washington during the ceasefire.

Unfortunately, Fighting continued to intensify on Tuesday several residents of Sudan’s capital Khartoum have already reported clashes and airstrikes that have not stopped.

Since April 15, the war between the army, led by General Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, and the militia Rapid Relief Force (FAR), led by General Mohammed Hamdan Dagro, has killed more than 1,000 people in the country. This makes it one of the most populated countries. There are more than 1 million displaced people and refugees in poverty all over the world.

Both sides have shown respect for the ceasefire, but on Monday the United Nations condemned “fighting and troop movements despite promises by both sides not to seek military superiority before the ceasefire takes effect.”

Source: Biobiochile

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