According to the Sudanese News Agency - SUNA, Al-Burhan, during a session of official talks at the presidential palace in the capital, Djibouti, expressed his hope for the success of the upcoming IGAD summit on Sudan and finding a solution to the Sudanese crisis, and that security and stability will be achieved and solutions to all the problems of IGAD countries, including the Sudan crisis, positively in light of Djibouti's assumption of the presidency of the organization. The Djiboutian President affirmed his keenness on the sovereignty, security and stability of Sudan and non-interference in its internal affairs, and stressed that his country is ready to provide any assistance and solutions through its presidency of IGAD to resolve the Sudanese crisis and its stand and support for all initiatives put forward, praising the role of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United States, the African Union and IGAD in resolving the Sudanese crisis.The Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces exchanged, last Saturday, "accusations about the destruction of the Jabal Awliya reservoir, south of Khartoum, through marches." Large-scale Sudanese army forces and Rapid Support Forces in different areas of Sudan. The differences between the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, the commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, became clear after the signing of the "framework agreement" establishing the transitional period between the military and the civilian component in December last year, which recognized the army's exit from politics and the handover of power to civilians. The RSF is under the banner of the armed forces, while the army considered the RSF's movements a rebellion against the state. The fighting has killed and wounded thousands, as well as displaced millions inside and outside Sudan.