Sudan Army, Paramilitary Agree To Open ‘Humanitarian Corridor’
In a move towards providing aid to those affected by the ongoing conflict in Khartoum, Sudan, the country’s Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces have announced their agreement to a United Nations proposal. This proposal involves opening safe passage for humanitarian cases, including the evacuation of wounded individuals. The announcement was made on Sunday, the second day of fighting with paramilitaries.
Agreement to United Nations Proposal
The Armed Forces and Paramilitary Forces have both agreed to the United Nations proposal to open safe passage for humanitarian cases. While the Paramilitary Forces stated that the measure would last for four hours, the Armed Forces have agreed to a three-hour window from 1400 GMT. Despite this difference in time, both sides have maintained their right to respond if any transgressions occur from the other side.
Humanitarian Aid for Conflict-Affected Areas
The ongoing conflict in Khartoum has left many individuals in dire need of humanitarian aid. The opening of safe passage for aid is a much-needed step in providing aid to those affected by the conflict. With the evacuation of wounded individuals being a part of this agreement, it is hoped that those in need of medical attention will be able to receive it promptly.
Importance of Safe Passage for Humanitarian Aid
Safe passage for humanitarian aid is essential in conflict-affected areas. It ensures that those in need of aid receive it promptly, without any hindrances. This agreement between the Armed Forces, Paramilitary Forces, and the United Nations is a positive step towards providing aid to those who need it the most.
The agreement to open safe passage for humanitarian aid by the Armed Forces and Paramilitary Forces in Sudan is a positive development. It is hoped that this measure will help provide aid to those affected by the ongoing conflict in Khartoum. Safe passage for humanitarian aid is crucial in conflict-affected areas, and this agreement is a step in the right direction towards providing aid to those who need it the most.