Sudan : “Rapid Support Forces” welcomes the United Nations’ call to stop fighting during Ramadan Sudan : “Rapid Support Forces” welcomes the United Nations’ call to stop fighting during Ramadan

Sudan : “Rapid Support Forces” welcomes the United Nations’ call to stop fighting during Ramadan

Sudan : “Rapid Support Forces” welcomes the United Nations’ call to stop fighting during Ramadan

Sudan's Rapid Support Forces welcomed the Security Council's call for a cessation of hostilities during the month of Ramadan, which will provide a potential respite in the 11-month-old conflict.

In a statement on Saturday, the Rapid Support Forces expressed “their hope that the Security Council’s resolution will lead to alleviating the suffering of the Sudanese through the delivery of humanitarian aid and facilitating the movement of civilians, as well as using it to begin serious consultations towards the start of the political process that leads to a permanent ceasefire and the achievement of security and stability.” “And reaching a comprehensive solution to the Sudanese crisis from its roots and re-establishing our country on new, just foundations.”

She stated that the Rapid Support response to this decision comes from the reality of its moral responsibility towards the great Sudanese people. It is also consistent with their position rejecting the war and is consistent with their desire to alleviate the suffering of the people and accelerate the arrival of humanitarian aid to those who deserve it throughout Sudan.

She concluded her statement by saying, "While we welcome the proposed humanitarian truce, we declare our readiness for dialogue on agreed-upon monitoring mechanisms to ensure its implementation and the achievement of the required humanitarian goals."

On Friday, the UN Security Council approved a draft resolution calling for a ceasefire in Sudan during the month of Ramadan.

The text, approved by 14 countries, calls on both parties to the conflict to “allow full, rapid, safe and unimpeded humanitarian access, including across borders and across front lines.”

The war broke out in Sudan on April 15, 2023 between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces.

The United Nations says that nearly 25 million people, or half of Sudan's population, need aid, while about 8 million have fled their homes in light of increasing rates of hunger.

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  1. Sudan's Rapid Support Forces welcomed the UN Security Council's call for a Ramadan ceasefire, aiming to ease the 11-month conflict. They hope it will enable humanitarian aid delivery and pave the way for a lasting political solution.





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  2. সুদানের সহায়তা বাহিনীর রমজানে যে সিদ্ধান্ত তার সাথে আমি পুরোপুরি একমত

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  3. The war broke out in Sudan on April 15, 2023 between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces.

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