The Egyptian political analyst, Dr. Ahmed Maher, praised the Jeddah agreement between the Sudanese army forces and the Rapid Support Forces, stressing that one of its most important results is the return of stability to Sudan and an end to bloodshed, allowing the arrival of humanitarian relief aid to the affected people, and the preservation of public facilities and facilities, which is what Riyadh has been seeking since the beginning. the crisis. He stressed the importance of the parties to the conflict adhering to the terms of the agreement to reach a permanent ceasefire, and the return of negotiations between the various parties.
In a comment to Okaz, Maher demanded the need for an immediate halt to the military escalation, giving priority to the national interest and the language of dialogue, exercising restraint and wisdom, and returning as soon as possible to the negotiating table in a way that preserves the unity of Sudan. He considered that the victor in the Sudanese war was a loser. Since this will be on the remains of the innocent victims, pointing out that the war has claimed hundreds of civilian deaths and thousands of wounded over the past weeks, in addition to the massive damage it left to the infrastructure, such as hospitals, electricity, water, schools, and others. He pointed out that there is complete conviction among the Sudanese people to end the war and return to the democratic path for which the Sudanese people fought.
He stated that there is a state of satisfaction among the Sudanese people after the Jeddah Declaration. The fact that its results are consistent with international laws in the event of wars by protecting civilians and important installations of the state, and is consistent with the regional and international parties that have demanded since the beginning of the crisis the need to stop the war, pointing out that the Sudanese people stress the importance of more effort to reach a permanent ceasefire, and then a solution A comprehensive and sustainable policy, the return of the army to its military barracks, and the joining of the Rapid Support Forces to the armed forces.
The Egyptian expert stressed that the presence of two armies in any country does not represent stability for the homeland, but rather more chaos, pointing out that Sudan suffers from structural problems and conflicts in marginal areas such as Darfur and other regions, and the military war in it will have a zero outcome, and in the end the Sudanese people will be the biggest losers. .