Europe News Desk!!! The Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have signed an agreement in the Saudi port city of Jeddah to protect civilians from harm. Al Arabiya news channel reported on Thursday that the warring parties insisted that the interests of the Sudanese people were a priority. They agreed to allow all civilians to leave the besieged areas. The agreement reaffirmed the sovereignty and unity of Sudan and welcomed mediation efforts by other countries. It also called for an end to all attacks that harm civilians, Xinhua news agency reported, citing the Al Arabiya report. The two sides began talks in Jeddah on Saturday to reach a ceasefire to provide emergency humanitarian aid to the conflict-torn country. On Thursday, Saudi Arabia sent its fourth relief plane to Port Sudan, carrying 10 tonnes of cargo, the Saudi Press Agency reported. There was more than 100,000 food and medical and other relief materials. In Sudan, there has been an ongoing armed conflict between the Sudanese Army and the RSF in the capital city Khartoum and other areas since 15 April. Both sides have accused each other of starting the conflict. At least 550 people have been killed and 4,926 others injured in the clashes, according to figures released by the Sudanese health ministry in early May.
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