Despite the declared armistice in Sudan, the clashes did not stop throughout the country.
The Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces of continuing the indiscriminate shelling of areas around the General Command, central Khartoum, and Omdurman.
The operational position has become stable
Despite this, he added, in a statement on Saturday, that the reserve police had begun to gradually open areas in southern Khartoum, explaining that the operational situation had become stable in all military areas in the country.
He also pointed out that the West Darfur State Security Committee succeeded in reducing tribal tension in the state.
He added that the evacuations of nationals of some countries from Khartoum and Port Sudan are still continuing.
These developments came at a time when clashes were renewed in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum and Omdurman, on Saturday morning, specifically at the Halfaya Bridge, which connects Khartoum Bahri and Omdurman.
While fires broke out in the industrial area in Bahri.
While sources told Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath that the Rapid Support Forces are seeking to control the Halfaya Bridge area.
Also, the reporter confirmed that the planes flew over Omdurman, pointing out that heavy sounds of anti-aircraft missiles and explosions were heard in the east of the city.
He said that these clashes are the most violent since the start of the clashes in Al-Fatihab, south of Omdurman.
While pictures showed a side of the confrontations between the army and the Rapid Support Forces in the city of Jabal Awlia, south of Khartoum.
Hundreds killed and thousands displaced
It is noteworthy that the Army and the Rapid Support Forces had previously announced their approval of a truce that began at midnight on Thursday, provided that it extends for 72 hours, but the two parties exchanged accusations of violating it.
Since the outbreak of fighting between the two sides on April 15, 5 truces have been reached, but they have failed to hold and were punctuated by many violations.
The battles have so far killed at least 500 people and wounded thousands, but the number of casualties may be much more as a result of the ongoing fighting.
Meanwhile, thousands of people have fled from Khartoum and its surrounding areas to other, safer states, amid scarcity of food and drinking water, power outages, and high fuel prices.