"We call on all pensioners of the armed forces, including officers, non-commissioned officers, soldiers and all those who are able to carry arms, to go to the nearest military base to get armed," he said.
His statement stressed the Sudanese Army's commitment to the humanitarian truce based on the moral responsibility to protect civilians and humanitarian aid, and accused the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) of continuing its violations of the truce.
Yassin described the clashes with the RSF as a "cities war" which has no time limits, stressing the Sudanese Army's ability to defeat the remnants of the rebel force.
Earlier in the day, Saudi Arabia and the U.S. announced that warring parties are complying better with a 7-day cease-fire agreement signed on May 20 in Jeddah.
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According to the agreement, the warring parties shall guarantee civilians' freedom of movement throughout the country and protect them from violence, harassment, recruitment, or other abuses, as well as refrain from any violations of international human rights law.
In its latest update on the situation in Sudan on Wednesday, the International Organization for Migration said that the conflict in Sudan has forced more than 1.36 million people to flee their homes, including nearly 320,000 who have escaped to neighboring countries.
Sudan has been witnessing deadly armed clashes between the Sudanese Army and the RSF in the capital Khartoum and other areas since April 15.