Clashes erupted again on Saturday between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the capital. Khartoum, although the ceasefire agreement is still in force, local media reported
“We hear loud explosions and fighter jets flying in al-Mukrin district,” the media quoted eyewitnesses as saying.
Al-Mukrin District is located near two major bridges connecting Khartoum city with Omdurman, namely Al-Fatihab and White Nile Bridges.
On May 22, a new cease-fire agreement came into effect for a week, with negotiations between the two sides in the conflict continuing to try to reach an agreement.
Fighting and a peaceful solution to the ongoing armed conflict in Khartoum and other cities.
For their part, the Sudanese Police Force in a press release called on their retired personnel and those who can bear arms in Khartoum and elsewhere to join them in securing neighborhoods, key areas and markets.
On Friday, Sudan’s Defense Ministry called on retired armed forces to go to the nearest military command to arm themselves, protect themselves and comply with the plans of their regions.
However, the Rapid Support Forces said in a statement that the appeal represented a failure and an attempt to take refuge in civilians.