Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan received a phone call from his American counterpart, Anthony Blinken, during which they discussed developments in the situation in Sudan.
The Saudi Foreign Ministry confirmed that Prince Faisal bin Farhan and Blinken stressed the importance of stopping the military escalation in Sudan and ending the violence, and they discussed developments in the Saudi-American initiative that will host representatives of the two parties in Jeddah, which aims to create a necessary ground for dialogue and reduce tensions.
And Al-Arabiya sources confirmed that a delegation from the Sudanese army and another from the Rapid Support Forces left for the city of Jeddah to start negotiations between the army and support, and Al-Arabiya sources indicated that the army delegation was represented by 3 officers, an ambassador, and the support delegation was represented by 3 officers, while the Sudanese army confirmed that its delegation The one who left for Jeddah will discuss the details of the truce that is being renewed, with a view to securing and creating the appropriate conditions to deal with the humanitarian aspects.
Ambassador Dafa Allah Al-Hajj, envoy of the President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, had stressed in an exclusive interview with Al-Arabiya that no proposals would be accepted to discuss the issue of reconciliation with the Rapid Support Forces, stressing that the army’s priority lies in resolving the battle.
Al-Burhan’s envoy also confirmed that the army accepted the Saudi-American initiative to discuss and monitor the armistice mechanism, indicating that the army delegation would not meet in Jeddah directly with the Rapid Support delegation.