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The plan to prolong the armistice by one week is accepted by the Sudanese army.

The Sudanese army accepted the IGAD request today, on Wednesday, to extend the current cease-fire for a week and to designate a representative from each side to speak with the high-level mechanism made up of the presidents of South Sudan, Kenya, and Djibouti about the cease-fire.

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The plan to prolong the armistice by one week is accepted by the Sudanese army.

The Sudanese army accepted the IGAD request today, on Wednesday, to extend the current cease-fire for a week and to designate a representative from each side to speak with the high-level mechanism made up of the presidents of South Sudan, Kenya, and Djibouti about the cease-fire.

In a letter to the army, he stated that this conversation would happen “in any country that is agreed upon with the mechanism.”

The army continued by stating that it had accepted the IGAD proposal “based on the principle of African solutions to the issues of the continent, and taking into account the humanitarian aspects of our citizens, taking into account the ongoing US-Saudi initiative.”

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