Contact – SPA:
The Rapid Support Forces expressed their regret for the renewed tribal conflict in West Darfur, for the lives lost in the conflict and for the injuries.
The “Rapid Support Forces” accused the army forces, led by “Al-Burhan,” of arming the tribal components to fuel the conflict to ensure their survival in power under the pretext of maintaining security and stability, as they claim.
fueling tribal conflict
In a statement, the Rapid Support Forces called on all tribal components in Sudan and in West Darfur in particular to miss the opportunity for those seeking to fuel tribal conflict in order to expand the circle of war.
And the statement continued: “We renew our call to the civil administrations, dignitaries, youth and resistance committees in West Darfur to renounce violence and stop tribal fighting immediately to avoid further bloodshed.”
Earlier, the Sudanese Cabinet announced that, in implementation of the Jeddah Declaration, it had decided to allocate a number of airports to receive humanitarian aid.
It explained that it had designated Port Sudan airport and port, Wadi Sayedna airport and Khartoum International Airport – after its repair – to receive the coming humanitarian aid to Sudan.
The Muslim World League welcomes the signing of the “Jeddah Declaration” between the Sudanese parties
And she confirmed that the decision came in implementation of the humanitarian declaration that was signed yesterday, between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces in Jeddah.-
The Council called on national and foreign voluntary organizations and relevant authorities to coordinate with the Supreme Committee. To ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid to all those affected.-
An Arab welcome to sign the “Jeddah Declaration”
At the same time, the Kingdom of Bahrain welcomed the signing by the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces of the Jeddah Declaration for the Protection of Civilians.
The United Arab Emirates welcomed the signing by representatives of the armed forces and the Rapid Support Forces of the “Jeddah Declaration” to commit to protecting civilians in Sudan.
Sudan relief campaign exceeds 10 million riyals through more than 34 thousand donors
The Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation welcomed the Jeddah Declaration signed between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces, regarding commitment to protecting civilians and ensuring that humanitarian and relief aid reaches those affected.
The European Union praises the Kingdom’s efforts
While the European Union praised the Kingdom’s efforts to mediate between the parties to the Sudan crisis, stressing that it appreciated the relentless efforts made by the Saudi and American negotiators to mediate the Jeddah agreement.
King Salman Relief Center: 1,200 volunteers to help the Sudanese people (video)
He stressed respect for the Geneva Convention and international humanitarian law, with the protection of civilians and safe access for humanitarian aid, are indeed legally binding obligations, and they have been since the beginning of the conflict.