Today, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the suspension of the Jeddah talks between the warring parties in Sudan, due to what it called violations that harmed civilians and the Sudanese people, and impeded the arrival of humanitarian aid.
In a joint statement, Saudi Arabia and America expressed their deep concern about the repeated ceasefire and the Jeddah Declaration by both the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces, as the statement indicated the lack of seriousness of the warring parties regarding finding a negotiated solution to the fighting between them.
Yesterday, Wednesday, the Sudanese army spokesman, Brigadier General Nabil Abdullah, announced the suspension of the army’s participation in the talks with the Rapid Support Forces in the city of Jeddah.
In response to the army’s statement, the Rapid Support Forces announced their “unconditional support for the initiative of Saudi Arabia and the United States.”
It is noteworthy that so far 7 ceasefire agreements have been announced, all of which have been violated.