Sudan's army and the Rapid Support Forces signed an agreement late on Saturday for a seven-day ceasefire, the sponsors of the talks, Saudi Arabia and the United States said in a joint statement.
The ceasefire will take effect at 9:45 p.m. Khartoum time (1945 GMT) on Monday.
This agreement that was signed in Jeddah will be enforced by a Saudi-US and international-supported monitoring mechanism, the statement said.
The Monitoring and Coordination Committee is to be made up of three representatives each from the US and Saudi Arabia and three representatives from each party.
“Both parties have conveyed to the Saudi and US facilitators their commitment not to seek military advantage during the 48-hour notification period after signing the agreement and prior to the start of the ceasefire,” it said.
The agreement also calls for distributing humanitarian assistance, restoring essential services and withdrawing forces from hospitals and essential public facilities.