Today (Wednesday), the leadership of the Sudanese Armed Forces revealed the proposals of the IGAD initiative to deal with the current crisis, indicating that it included a new proposal to extend the current truce for a week.
The Sudanese army said in a statement that among the proposals is to nominate a representative from each side to discuss the armistice, with a high-level mechanism consisting of the presidents of the Republic of South Sudan, Kenya and Djibouti, provided that this dialogue takes place in any country that is agreed upon with the mechanism, explaining The General Command of the Armed Forces expresses its approval of the proposal based on the principle of African solutions to the issues of the continent, and taking into account the humanitarian aspects of Sudanese citizens, taking into account the ongoing American-Saudi initiative.
The statement called for the rapid intervention forces to abide by the proposed truce.
Yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Sudan announced the approval of the President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, the Army Commander, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, in principle, to a seven-day truce, starting Thursday, and to name their representatives to participate in peace talks to be held in a place of their choosing, during a call. My phone with the President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir.