Sudan's warring sides 'agree seven-day truce' from May 4

South Sudan's foreign ministry said in an official statement on Tuesday that Sudan's warring parties had agreed to a seven-day ceasefire.

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BY A STAFF REPORTER: South Sudan's foreign ministry said in an official statement on Tuesday that Sudan's warring parties had agreed to a seven-day ceasefire. In a telephone conversation with South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Mayardi, the warring sides agreed to a seven-day ceasefire from May 4 to 11. Commander-in-Chief of the Sudan Armed Forces General Abdel Fatah Al Burhan and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) leader General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo have agreed in principle to a seven-day ceasefire from May 4 to 11. They have also agreed to mention the names of their representatives in the talks.