UN Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric conveyed the current developments in Sudan at the daily press conference.
Noting that the UN did not officially supervise the ceasefire, Dujarric pointed out that the people in different parts of the country are still subjected to great suffering.
“The latest information shows that individual conflicts continue in Sudan. Our humanitarian aid workers try to deliver aid every moment the conflict stops,” Dujarric said. he said.
Stating that the UN World Food Program has delivered aid to 600,000 people in the country, Dujarric announced that the World Health Organization has also reported that 38 health facilities have been attacked since the beginning of the conflict.