The Libyan Foreign Ministry has welcomed Saudi Arabia-sponsored Jeddah Declaration signed by the Sudanese Army and the Rapid Support Forces.

In a statement on Friday, the Foreign Ministry considered the agreement “a courageous step by both sides of the crisis to commit to protecting civilians.”

It reaffirmed its keen interest to restore stability in Sudan and encourage both parties to the conflict to comply with their commitment to the declaration, according to the statement.

Foreign Minister Najla Al-Mangoush called on the Sudanese parties to respond to calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities and to give priority to the language of dialogue between the brothers, stressing Libya's readiness to play a mediating role between the Sudanese parties.

During his meeting with members of the Sudanese embassy in Libya on Wednesday, the head of the Government National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, expressed support for Jeddah talks efforts.

He also voiced support for the stability of Sudan by working with all countries to achieve this goal.

During the meeting, Chief of General Staff, Mohamed Al-Haddad, revealed that there is joint coordination to stabilize the region against the backdrop of the current developments in Sudan.