The leader of the African entity receives the Sudanese army commander

Gebeho revealed on his X social media account that they addressed the role of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in facilitating the talks.

He added in the post: “We agree on the necessity of a permanent ceasefire with the aim of alleviating humanitarian conditions and creating an enabling environment to reach a final political solution.”

On the other hand, La Nation newspaper confirmed that Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh will receive Al-Burhan today, who will make an official working visit to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation.

Al-Burhan’s agenda will mainly be marked by a summit meeting with his generation, the latter of whom holds the presidency of IGAD.

Topics to be discussed will be the ongoing conflict in Khartoum and ways and means to allow the neighboring country to reconnect with peace, stability and national harmony.

Other issues of common, regional, continental and international interest will also be discussed.

Under the patronage of his generation at the head of the African regional entity, Djibouti stands out for its continued commitment to resolving the Sudanese crisis. In his search for a peaceful solution, he used all diplomatic channels, including bilateral channels, for peace in Sudan since the beginning of the conflict.

The clashes led by Al-Burhan and his former strongman, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo (Hemedti), head of the Rapid Support Forces, began last April 15 in that African country.

Hostilities erupted after tensions rose over the integration of the Rapid Support Forces into the regular army, a key condition of the agreement signed in December to resume the transitional process and form a new civilian government.

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Both soldiers were heroes of the coup in 2019 against President Omar al-Bashir and another in October 2021 that ousted the then Prime Minister of Unity, Abdullah Hamdok.


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