Dr. Salam said in press statements before leaving Washington that the coalition will start working immediately inside Sudan and the European Union to pressure the Sudanese parties to stop the war.
He explained that the visit to America deals with the issue of negotiations between the Rapid Support Forces and the army and ways to achieve peace in Sudan in light of the inability of the two parties to reach a ceasefire agreement, stressing the importance of stopping the war, establishing peace and avoiding the sword of sanctions.
Although the two sides did not sign a permanent or temporary ceasefire agreement during the first round, the agreement reached regarding the humanitarian aid file bears positive indicators.
Salam predicted that the next round will witness development regarding the ceasefire issue.
I consider the formation of a mechanism for communication between the army and the Rapid Support, as well as the mechanism for delivering aid to the areas controlled by the Rapid Support in the capital, as a (relaxed) or undeclared ceasefire.
In this context, Salam pointed out that there are contacts between them and the independent expert responsible for the Sudan file in the Human Rights Council regarding the file of violations, revealing that he was provided with files on the violations that occurred in the war in Darfur and Khartoum.
Dr. Salam believed that the only solution to this war passes through the path of negotiation to reach peace and transitional justice that restores to every Sudanese house its right to loot and punishes everyone who committed a murder against citizens.
He warned that the continuation of the war will lead to the division of Sudan into statelets and will also lead to the weakening of the army and the security system and thus Sudan’s inability to confront any external alliances.