Conflicting parties in Sudan “agree to a seven-day ceasefire”

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Following the latest short-term ceasefire being broken by additional airstrikes and gunfire in the Khartoum region, the warring factions in Sudan have in principle agreed to a seven-day ceasefire beginning on Thursday, according to South Sudan, which borders Sudan.

According to a statement issued on Tuesday by South Sudan’s foreign ministry, which had offered to mediate the war, President Salva Kiir highlighted the significance of a prolonged ceasefire and the designation of representatives to peace negotiations, to which all sides had consented.




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