Sudanese warring parties agree to indirect negotiations led by Libya, Turkey

Sudan’s Foreign Minister-designate, Ali Al-Sadiq Ali, confirmed on Tuesday, according to Italian news agency, Nova, that the Sudanese authorities had agreed to hold “indirect negotiations” with the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), adding that the talks would be mediated by Libya and Turkey.

The Sudanese top diplomat said that based on the conviction of the necessity of holding negotiations, they would conduct indirect talks through the mediation of Libya and Turkey, stressing that they were still committed to finding a peaceful solution through dialogue, but he underscored that any solution must be based on the “Jeddah,” negotiations.

The Libyan capital, Tripoli, hosted last week the President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council of Sudan, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (Hemedti), at the invitation of the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbeibah to discuss the possibility of reaching an end to the war that had been ongoing for more than ten months.


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