The Sudanese ruling military council and the civil opposition signed a historic power-sharing deal, BBC News reported.
According to the signed deal, a new ruling council will be formed, which will include both civilians and generals.
The most influential person in Sudan, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, promised to abide by the terms of the deal.
The prime ministers of Ethiopia, Egypt, and the president of South Sudan attended the signing ceremony.
As reported earlier, protests swept Sudan after the overthrow of the country's long-term ruler Omar al-Bashir in April.