Saudi Arabia has expressed “deep concern” about the military build-up in North Darfur, Sudan.

Saudi Arabia has expressed “deep concern” about the military build-up in North Darfur, Sudan.

RIYADH: On Sunday, the Foreign Ministry of Saudi Arabia conveyed the Kingdom’s profound apprehension regarding the intensifying military hostilities in Al-Fashir, North Darfur.

UN officials have issued a warning that the Rapid Support Forces are about to launch an attack on Al-Fashir in Sudan’s North Darfur region.

The ministry reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s invitation to all Sudanese parties to uphold the agreements made during the RSF and Sudanese army’s peace negotiations in Jeddah.

With the ultimate goal of maintaining Sudan’s unity, the security of its people, and its resources, these agreements seek to hasten the end of hostilities and find a political solution to the ongoing crisis.

The largest displacement crisis in history was brought about by a war that broke out in Sudan a year ago between the army and the paramilitary RSF. In the vast region of western Darfur, Al-Fashir is the last major city that is not under RSF control.

Following their conquest of four more Darfur state capitals last year, the RSF and its allies were held accountable for a wave of abuses and ethnically motivated killings of non-Arab groups in West Darf.

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