January 19 The Sudanese government said on the 19th that it would strengthen the protection of civilians in Darfur and improve the level of local security.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sudan said in a statement on the 19th that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sudan has been closely monitoring security incidents in some communities
Southern and Western Darfur, and the Government of the Sudan is working with its partners to restore stability and order in Darfur, so as to achieve peace throughout the Sudan.
The Sudan Sovereignty Commission issued a statement on the 17th saying that the Sudan Security and
Defense Commission has decided to send additional security forces to Western Darfur to protect local civilians and important public facilities.
According to Sudanese sources, Sudanese security forces were stationed in Western Darfur on the 19th to help maintain stability on the ground.
In recent days, violent clashes have continued in Western and Southern Darfur
Sudan, resulting in hundreds of deaths and injuries.