Sudanese army and special forces agree to extend truce for another five days

The parties to the conflict in Sudan – the country’s army and the rapid reaction forces (special forces) – agreed to extend the humanitarian truce for another five days. This is reported by the United States and Saudi Arabia in a joint statement.

The countries welcomed the agreements that were signed on May 20. During the period of the truce, the ceasefire has been repeatedly violated. However, he has already allowed humanitarian assistance to be provided to some two million Sudanese.


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