US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says fighters in Sudan have agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire from midnight (22:00 GMT).
It’s at the least the third ceasefire to be introduced since violence erupted this month – however none have held.
Mr Blinken stated the settlement with the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Speedy Help Forces (RSF) got here after 48 hours of negotiations.
Not less than 400 individuals are recognized to have died because the combating broke out.
“We affirm our dedication to a whole ceasefire through the truce interval”, the RSF stated in an announcement, backing up Mr Blinken’s announcement.
The military is but to remark publicly.
Because the violence erupted somewhat over per week in the past, residents within the capital Khartoum have been advised to remain inside, and meals and water provides have been working low.
There will probably be hopes the ceasefire will enable civilians to go away town. Overseas governments will even hope it should enable for evacuations in another country.
International locations have scrambled to evacuate their diplomats and civilians as combating raged in central, densely-populated elements of the capital.
Violence broke out on 15 April, primarily within the capital metropolis Khartoum, between rival army factions battling for management of Africa’s third largest nation.
It got here following days of stress as members of the RSF had been redeployed across the nation in a transfer that the military noticed as a menace.