The United Nations aid chief, Martin Griffiths has said it will be difficult to secure an end to the fighting in Sudan, as the warring parties are keen on fighting

Griffiths speaking after visiting the port of Sudan on the red sea coast, said the rival parties spoke of their attachment to humanitarian principles but showed no interest in ending the war

According to him, the level of damages in Sudan is alarming, stating that it will take a while for normalcy to return.

The un chief however called for a physical meeting with the rival generals fighting for control to discuss urgent delivery of humanitarian aid adding that a seven-day truce is due to start.

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