The Sudanese army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of violating the 24-hour humanitarian truce.
The Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) on Tuesday of violating the internationally-mediated 24-hour humanitarian truce between the two parties, stressing that the RSF did not stop their skirmishes in several regions of the country.
The Sudanese Armed Forces revealed, in a statement on Facebook, that “a proposal for a 24-hour humanitarian truce was presented by international parties, and we agreed on it, but the rebel militia (the RSF) did not abide by it and did not stop its skirmishes around the command HQs and the airport.”
“The general situation is stable, except for limited skirmishes in the vicinity of the command area and the airport,” the statement confirmed, noting that there is “accurate information and strong indications of the involvement of regional and local parties, which we will disclose in a timely manner.”
The battles continued for the fourth day in a row, between the army forces and the Rapid Support Forces led by Mohammad Hamdan Daglo (Hamidti), including in the capital, Al-Khartoum.