Armed clashes between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) broke out in Sudan's capital Khartoum and other cities last month.
A dispute between the army and the RSF over military security reforms, which envisages "full integration of the RSF into the army", escalated into hot clashes.
In the clashes between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary group, 863 civilians lost their lives and 3,531 people were injured.
A one-week ceasefire came into effect on Monday, aiming to deliver humanitarian aid to the region and restore basic services and infrastructure damaged by the clashes.
According to information quoted by Anadolu, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi announced that more than 300,000 Sudanese have taken refuge in neighboring countries due to the conflicts in the country.
Making a statement on his social media account, Grandi said, "More than 300,000 people have crossed from Sudan to neighboring countries. Many of them have crossed the border with Chad and Egypt in the last few days."
Underlining that donor contributions to the refugee response plan in Sudan continue to be insufficient, Grandi called for "We urgently need more resources to support countries hosting refugees."
Source: Anadolu Agency