“I am not aware of any contact with the military leadership after the events that took place in Khartoum on Sunday evening, our time.

If we feel that ... direct interaction with military leaders will be useful, we will not shy away from it, "RIA Novosti quoted Ned Price as saying.

Price noted that Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is holding intensive consultations with Sudan's neighbors, the Middle East and Europe.

Earlier there was information about the house arrest of the Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk, made by the military.

It is also reported that the ministers of communications, information, finance, and industry are among the detainees.

The Kremlin expressed hope for an early resolution of the situation in Sudan.