In a statement, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed “the necessity of cooperation to facilitate the access of humanitarian aid to those affected, and adherence to the principles and rules of international humanitarian law and international human rights law.” Qatar reiterated its “standing by the Sudanese people in the difficult times they are going through, and continuing to provide “All forms of support and humanitarian aid to alleviate the burden of the current crisis on it,” calling on the international community to redouble its efforts and provide more support to meet the escalating needs of the Sudanese. The Ministry stressed “the State of Qatar’s firm position towards the unity and territorial integrity of Sudan, and the rejection of any form of interference in its internal affairs.” ", noting the necessity of promoting and protecting the human rights of the Sudanese people, ensuring their right to a decent life and achieving their legitimate aspirations for peace, security and stability. She expressed "the State of Qatar's regret at what the human rights situation in Sudan has become as a result of the fighting that has been going on for more than ten months," noting that While it expresses concern about violations and crimes committed against civilians in the capital, Khartoum, in the states of Darfur, and in other regions of Sudan, Qatar stresses the importance of immediately stopping these crimes and violations, according to the statement. They have been continuing since April 15, Violent and widespread clashes between Sudanese army forces and the Rapid Support Forces in various areas of Sudan, with both sides trying to control vital headquarters, including the Republican Palace, the headquarters of the General Command of the Armed Forces, the Rapid Support Forces Command, and a number of military and civilian airports. Arab, African and international parties mediated to stop However, these mediations did not succeed in reaching a permanent ceasefire. The differences between the President 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, came to light, after the signing of the “Framework Agreement” establishing the transitional period between The military component, which includes the army forces and the Rapid Support Forces, last December approved the army’s exit from politics and the handing over of power to civilians. Daglo accused the Sudanese army of planning to remain in power and not handing over power to civilians after the army’s demands to integrate the Rapid Support Forces under Armed Forces Brigade, while the army considered the movements of the Rapid Support Forces a rebellion against the state.