According to a written statement from the UN Humanitarian Coordination Office (OCHA), the conflict that started in Sudan on April 15 continues.
At least 427 people lost their lives in armed conflicts and more than 3,700 people were injured.
At least 11 health centers have been attacked and many health centers in the states of Khartoum and Darfur are out of service in the country, which has seen a sharp rise in the prices of basic necessities due to famine.
Civilians from conflict zones fled to Chad, Egypt and South Sudan, while many international organizations evacuated their personnel from places where they are currently unable to operate.
International organizations continue their services where possible.
Clashes between army and HDK in Sudan
Armed clashes broke out between the army and the paramilitary HDK on the morning of April 15 in Khartoum and other cities.
The disagreement between the army and the HDK regarding the military security reform, which envisages “the full participation of the HDK in the army”, had turned into a hot conflict in the last few months.
The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the Sovereignty Council Chairman and Army Commander General Abdulfettah al-Burhan decided to dissolve the HDK, which clashed with the army, and to declare a rebel force against the state, and that it would act on this basis.
HDK announced that they would implement a 72-hour “humanitarian” ceasefire starting from the first day of the holiday, and the army announced that it would comply with the ceasefire call of international circles in the evening.