Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

A Sudanese source revealed to the media that a delegation from the Coordination of Civil Democratic Forces led by former Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok will visit South Sudan in the coming days, to hold meetings with its leadership and discuss ways to stop the war in Sudan.

The source said the delegation led by Hamdok will meet in Juba with SPLM leader Abdulaziz al-Hilu, who controls large areas in South Kordofan and Blue Nile, to present a coordination vision “progress” on stopping the war in Sudan and establishing the Sudanese state.

For its part, the Coordination of Civil Democratic Forces (Taqaddum) said in a press statement that it “sent letters during the past days to a number of Sudanese political and armed forces, requesting direct and urgent meetings, to discuss ways to stop and end the war and build the broadest democratic civil front to address this task.”

According to Taqaddum, the speeches included “the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement led by Abdulaziz al-Hilu, the Sudan Liberation Army movement led by Abdul Wahid Mohamed Nur, the Sudanese Communist Party, and the Arab Socialist Baath Party.”

The Coordination stressed that it “will spare no effort to stop and end the war in the country, and to communicate with all revolutionary and national forces seeking to stop the war and the civil democratic transition, to close this gloomy page of Sudan’s history, and to foresee a better future shaded by the values of unity, peace, justice, freedom and well-being.”

Hamdok’s Taqadam recently held meetings with RSF commander Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, which resulted in the signing of a joint declaration in which the RSF expressed its readiness to immediately cease hostilities, while TAQADAM is working with army commanders to adhere to the same measures.

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