Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu
Turkey is holding talks with the parties to the conflict in Sudan for a ceasefire – Sudan News The source of the news is Al-Rakuba News website Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said, on Wednesday, that his country is in talks with the parties to the conflict in Sudan for a ceasefire, expressing his hope that a truce will be reached today, Thursday.
Cavusoglu said in a speech following an iftar banquet in the state of Antalya: “Both sides are our brothers. Did we stand on one side? We are in talks with the commander of the Rapid Support Forces and the head of the Sovereign Council to stop the conflict.”
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He pointed out that the two sides made statements earlier today, expressing his hope that an agreement would be reached tomorrow, Thursday, on the day of the Eid al-Fitr pause. He also mentioned that contacts are continuing with Turkish citizens in Sudan, urging them to stay in safe places until a ceasefire is guaranteed. .
Turkish Foreign Minister Oglu Turkey-Sudan talks for a ceasefire, Sudan News Today
While he called on Turkish citizens in Sudan to communicate with the Turkish embassy to meet all needs. He pointed out that preparations have been made to transport Turkish citizens who wish to return to their homeland after opening the airspace.
The International Quartet calls on the parties to the conflict in Sudan to stop fighting – Sudan News Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu
The Quartet also called on the Sudanese parties to the conflict to stop fighting and return to dialogue. This also came in the statement of the “international quartet”, which includes Saudi Arabia, the UAE, the United Kingdom and the United States, published by the US Embassy in Khartoum.
The statement said: “The ambassadors of Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, America and Britain urge the Sudanese parties to the conflict to stop fighting and return to dialogue.” He also affirmed “their support for the efforts of the tripartite mechanism of the United Nations, the African Union and the Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD).”
The ambassadors of the “Quartet” also urged the parties to the conflict to “commit to the safety and protection of civilians, diplomatic missions and humanitarian workers, and to provide safe passages for humanitarian operations.”
Earlier today, the Pakistani embassy in Sudan revealed that its headquarters in the capital, Khartoum, had been hit by three bullets during the ongoing clashes, which resulted in damage to the building.
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