AUC, UN, IGAD tell Sudan fighting generals to ceasefire permanently
The Political Affairs, Peace and Security (PAPS) of the African Union Commission (AUC) has developed a de-escalation of violence roadmap for Sudan, and is calling for an immediate and permanent session on hostilities between the two warring generals in Khartoum.
Secrets Known has established that H.E. ambassador Bankole Adeoye, the Commissioner PAPS, is looking for $3 million for urgent provision of medical supplies to Sudan to prevent a possible catastrophe. The fighting in Sudan is now into its second month.
Earlier on, the AU Peace and Security Council chaired by Ugandan President, Gen. Yoweri Museveni, called for an immediate ceasefire and settlement of the conflicts. The secret known is that no military solution is feasible in Sudan as the fighters are senselessly bombing roads, schools, shops, hospitals etc, killing women, children and the elderly.
The AU Security Council called for an inclusive political transition process with full participation of all the citizens. On May 30, 2023 the ceasefire was extended for another five days.
In the same vein, the UN is proposing a high-level panel of 3-4 eminent persons to lead the mediation efforts between Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo. The UN is calling for an end to the conflict without delay and return of the country back to the democratic path.
Similarly, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) is expressing commitment to foster peace in Sudan and the entire African continent. IGAD is telling the warring Generals in Sudan to go to the negotiation table and calls for an immediate return to constitutional order in Khartoum.