Guterres calls for urgent action on Sudan crisis

Speaking during his official visit to Kenya, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, “Khartoum is in turmoil, Darfur is burning once again and the UN Refugee Agency has confirmed that more than 100,000 people have already left the country. 800,000 more in the coming days and He could leave the country in weeks.” used the phrase.

The UN Secretary-General, who wants the fighting to stop as soon as more people die, warned that this conflict could affect the region for years.

Emphasizing their readiness to deliver humanitarian aid to the country, Guterres also asked for support for quick and safe access to aid for those in need.

Expressing his deep concern for the deteriorating situation in the country, Guterres called for urgent action to resolve the crisis.

What had happened?

The disagreement over the last few months on the “military security reform” in Sudan, which envisaged the full participation of the Rapid Support Forces (HDK), which was established in 2013 to support the government forces against the armed rebels in the Darfur region, turned into a hot conflict on the morning of April 15.

South Sudan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced yesterday that Sudanese Army Commander General Abdulfettah al-Burhan and HDK Commander Mohammed Hamdan Dagalu had agreed in “principle” for a 7-day ceasefire that will begin on May 4.

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