​Dr. Abdulfatah Mohamed, a visiting researcher at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, discusses at Al-Jazeera channel the implications of the Sudanese army's decision to suspend its participation in the Jeddah negotiations. Especially on the path of the desired settlement of its conflict with the Rapid Support Forces. The episode also discusses the subsequent imposition of economic sanctions and restrictions by Washington in granting visas to the conflicting parties.