U.S demands immediate end to violence in El Fasher as RSF surrounds the city.

In the heart of El Fasher, North Darfur, tensions rise, prompting the United States to urge Sudan’s armed forces to stop attacks immediately.

Concerns grow over an impending assault by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and affiliated groups, placing civilians, especially the displaced, at risk.

Matthew Miller, speaking for the State Department, voices alarm about the potential RSF offensive in El Fasher endangering the lives of displaced civilians.

The U.S. government expresses deep distress over confirmed reports of village destruction and indiscriminate aerial bombings in the region.

Miller delivers a strong message to SAF and RSF leaders, urging them to choose between escalating violence or opting for peace by halting attacks and engaging in negotiations.

The United Nations also raises concerns over escalating tensions in El Fasher, with reports hinting at a coordinated assault by the RSF and SAF.

The UN Secretary-General’s office underscores the gravity of the situation, expressing deep concern over the potential attack on El Fasher and its impact on civilians.

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calls on all parties involved to show restraint and avoid further violence in the El Fasher area.

As conflict looms over North Darfur, the international community stresses the need for a ceasefire and efforts towards lasting peace and stability in Sudan.

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