Saudi Arabia says it expects talks which began in Jeddah on Saturday between Sudan’s warring military factions to reach an effective ceasefire.
In the first confirmation that the meetings had started, the Saudi foreign ministry said both sides recognised the need to ease the suffering of the Sudanese people.
Public analyst, Resur Serdar stated that uncertainty remains the order as the negotiation team continues to press for total ceasefire.
In the meantime, united nations high commissioner for refugees, Gift Friday and director of repatriation, Arop Mathaing, has stated that aid agencies are struggling with rescue operation in the midst of countless displaced persons and very little aid supplies.
Hundreds of people have been killed and nearly 450,000 civilians displaced since the fighting began in Sudan.