To discuss the crisis in Sudan… IGAD Quadrilateral Summit held in Ethiopia

Monday morning, the work of the summit of 4 heads of state of the African Organization (IGAD) began to discuss relations in Sudan, with the continuation of fighting in the capital, Khartoum, and the extension of the airspace closure and the army’s announcement of gains against the Rapid Support Forces in North Kordofan

The first meeting of the IGAD quadrilateral at the level of heads of state was launched today in Addis Ababa to lay the first building blocks for negotiations between the two parties of conflict in Sudan.

However, the Sudanese army delegation boycotted the meeting in objection to Kenya presiding over the summit sessions “because of its president’s lack of neutrality in the crisis,” according to a statement. for the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

At the opening of the summit, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed called on both sides of the conflict in Sudan to stop fighting.

Kenyan President William Ruto called for “an immediate halt to the fighting in Sudan, without preconditions, to end the suffering of civilians.”

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