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A cease-fire must first come before talking about dialogue

Hamidti’s advisor, Fares Al-Nour


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The political advisor to the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Fares Al-Nour, stressed in an intervention with Al-Arabiya, on Monday evening, the need for a cease-fire first before talking about dialogue, noting that “all the countries that contacted us helped them with evacuations from Sudan, and we have proof of that.”

“truce for the people”

He added that the Rapid Support Forces “are asking for a truce for the sake of the people, despite their progress in the battles,” denying the presence of Hemedti’s forces in residential neighborhoods, “and this is confusion from the army.”

He also added, “We do not present ourselves as an alternative to the Sudanese army,” and said: “There are honorable people in the Sudanese army who can communicate with them.”

Hamidti’s political advisor had confirmed, in a previous intervention with Al-Hadath, that a new truce would begin within hours, pointing out that his forces would achieve their goals, whether through military action or negotiation.

He added that the Rapid Support Forces did not present themselves as an alternative to the army, but rather wanted to reform it.

We accept accountability from a civilian government.

He also made it clear that the Rapid Support Forces would accept accountability from a civilian government, noting that any negotiations with the army would be contingent on the completion of the democratic transition.

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The announcement of the armistice comes while the evacuation of foreign citizens from the country continues, after many Arab and Western countries called for the withdrawal of their nationals by sea, land and air.

The internal displacement of thousands of Sudanese from Khartoum continues towards other less tense states.

Cautious calm

The announcement also comes with the entry of the Eid truce, which began two days ago in Sudan, into its final hours, as today, Monday, the Sudanese capital witnessed a cautious calm, and a decline in the intensity of the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.

Efforts to evacuate foreign nationals from Sudan during the past hours frustrated many Sudanese, who felt that the two rival factions did not show that much concern for their safety.

It is noteworthy that this fighting between the army headed by Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Rapid Support Forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, broke out in Khartoum and other parts of the country on April 15, four years after the overthrow of Omar Al-Bashir during a popular uprising in 2019.

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