Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

The negotiating delegation of the Sudanese Rapid Support Forces held a meeting with the African Union Committee concerned with Sudan at the African Union headquarters in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

The meeting was chaired by the High Representative of the African Union, Mohammed Ibn Chambas, and discussed the developments taking place in Sudan, especially the humanitarian situation in El Fasher, and the efforts made to stop the war and achieve peace and stability in the country.

The Rapid Support Forces delegation confirmed their full readiness for cooperation and coordination in order to deliver humanitarian aid to all those affected in Sudan.

The delegation stressed the importance of alleviating the suffering of the Sudanese people, and placed responsibility for the escalation in El Fasher on the armed movements that left neutrality and joined the army, which turned the war into a civil conflict in Darfur.

The delegation called for this war to be the last war in Sudan, and to establish a foundation for building a Sudanese state on new, just foundations that achieve stability and peace.

The delegation praised the efforts made by the African Union to support stability and peace in Sudan. He called for unifying the initiatives proposed to achieve peace in the country.

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the armed forces dropped 20 tons of life-saving medicines and medical supplies in North Darfur State, in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Health, the State Ministry of Health, and the National Fund for Medical Supplies.

Acting Minister of Health Haitham Ibrahim affirmed the National Fund for Medical Supplies’ commitment to delivering medicines and medical supplies to all regions of the country by land, sea and air.

The Sudanese government explained that the failure of some international organizations to do what is required to alleviate human suffering is unjustified, especially since the implementation rate of previous pledges does not exceed 5%.

The government appealed to the international community to provide more aid, especially medicines, solutions and medical consumables.

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