The following lists events during 2023 in the Republic of the Sudan.

2023
in
Sudan

Decades:
See also:Other events of 2023
History of Sudan

Incumbents edit

  1. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo
  2. Malik Agar

Events edit

March edit

April edit

May edit

  • 2 May:
  • 3 May: The South Sudanese foreign ministry announces that a seven-day ceasefire has been agreed to, lasting from 4 to 11 May.[41]
  • 13 May: Ethiopia reports large numbers of Sudanese refugees entering its territory, mainly in the city of Metemma, where nearly 20,000 Sudanese are reported to have entered in a single day.[42]
  • 17 May: The United Nations announces a 3 billion dollar plan for the humanitarian and refugee crisis in the country.[43]

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July edit

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October edit

  • 28 October – The RSF capture Nyala and the rest of South Darfur, marking a strategic victory for the RSF.[66]

November edit

December edit

Deaths edit

References edit

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