The Sudanese National Umma Party has made statements highlighting the requirement for an impartial mediator in any potential settlement.
Media outlets have reported the party’s stance, which emphasises the need for a mediator who does not display bias towards any involved party.
According to the National Umma Party, Russia will not be solely responsible for spearheading an initiative for a solution. The party stressed that their priority lies in halting the ongoing war and ensuring the delivery of humanitarian aid.
These statements reflect the party’s commitment to seeking a fair and balanced resolution to the conflict, with the involvement of neutral mediators who can facilitate productive negotiations among all concerned parties.
On 15 April 2023, a violent power struggle broke out in Sudan’s capital of Khartoum between the two main factions of the ruling military regime: the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), which acts as the official Sudanese army, and a rival paramilitary force, the Rapid Support Forces (RSF).