The governor of the Red Sea state in Sudan announced on Tuesday a curfew in the city of Port Sudan from 11pm to 5am local time.
Earlier, the Sudanese cabinet designated the airports and seaports of Port Sudan, Wadi Seidna airport, and Khartoum International Airport, after their renovation, to receive humanitarian aid coming to Sudan.
This step comes as a result of the Jeddah Declaration that was signed yesterday between the Sudanese armed forces and the Rapid Support Forces in the city of Jeddah.
The cabinet called on national and foreign voluntary organizations and relevant authorities to coordinate with the supreme committee to ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid to all those affected.
On another note, Saudi Arabia sent a plane carrying aid to Port Sudan airport in Sudan to support citizens in the face of unfavorable conflict conditions, which put pressure on them and the government to provide everything necessary for the people, according to Sabq newspaper in Saudi Arabia.