The deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia announced that Moscow is ready to resolve the conflicts in Sudan.

Iran PressEurope: Moscow is ready to facilitate a peaceful settlement in Sudan, including by providing a platform for negotiations should the Sudanese side need it, a senior Russian diplomat said on Thursday.

"They must sort out their own problems, and we are ready to assist in this, since we have long-standing ties," Russian Special Presidential Envoy for the Middle East and Africa, Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said on the sidelines of the international economic forum "Russia - Islamic World: KazanForum" in Kazan, Tatarstan.

Bogdanov also noted that the situation in Sudan has once again escalated after an attempted ceasefire, stressing that the situation in the country is difficult. "Agreements on a ceasefire are being violated," he added. "We empathize, and we are in touch with our ambassador in Khartoum," Bogdanov said. 219