Diplomatic efforts to stop the fighting and to restore stability in Sudan

Within the framework of diplomatic efforts aimed at stopping the fighting and finding a peaceful solution to the war in Sudan, the Saudi Press Agency reported early Sunday morning that Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan had received a phone call on Saturday evening from the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to discuss during which “stability will return”.

“During the call, they discussed developments in the brotherly Republic of Sudan,” where the minister stressed “the importance of the commitment of all Sudanese parties in order to restore the course of humanitarian work, protect civilians and relief workers, and the safety of humanitarian corridors for the arrival of basic aid,” the agency said.

The Saudi minister also renewed “the Kingdom’s call for calm, giving priority to the national interest, stopping all forms of military escalation, and resorting to a political solution that guarantees the return of security and stability to Sudan and its brotherly people.”

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs had blamed the Rapid Support Forces for the failure of the Jeddah talks, which aim to end the war that has been going on in the country for months.

The ministry said in a statement published by the official news agency that the reason for the stumbling of the negotiations sponsored by Saudi Arabia and the United States in Jeddah (west of the Kingdom) was “the intransigence of the rebel forces,” referring to the Rapid Support Forces.

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