America urges other countries to stop supplying arms to Sudan, warns of new genocide

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Urging all countries supplying arms to Sudan’s conflict groups to stop doing so, the US warned that history was repeating itself in the West Darfur region, where genocide occurred 20 years ago. The US said the capital was the only place not under the control of the conflicting forces.

United Nations . The US urged all countries supplying weapons to Sudan’s conflict groups to stop doing so, warning that history was repeating itself in the West Darfur region, where genocide occurred 20 years ago. US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told reporters after an emergency UN Security Council meeting that Darfur’s capital, El Fasher, was the only place not held by conflicting forces. He said that Darfur is on the verge of mass genocide. He urged all countries to understand the danger that a huge crisis is brewing.

Thomas Greenfield said there are strong reports that the ‘paramilitary Rapid Support Force’ and their allied fighters have destroyed several villages west of El Fashar and are planning a major attack on El Fashar. An attack on El Fasher would be a serious disaster, Greenfield warned. He said the attack would endanger the two million people living in El Fashar and the half a million Sudanese living there as refugees. Greenfield has urged the conflicting forces to end plans to capture El Fashar and not to launch any attack on the city.

They urged the conflicting forces and rival government forces to immediately stop the violence and take steps to open direct dialogue between themselves, the protection of civilians, and access to humanitarian assistance to help the five million Sudanese people who are on the brink of famine, and The critical needs of another one crore people can be met.

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