Protest and military leaders in Sudan have agreed to resume talks soon, an Ethiopian mediator says.
Separately, an opposition alliance agreed to suspend its campaign of civil disobedience and widespread strikes.
The army – which has been in control since long-time President Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April – has agreed to release political prisoners, special envoy Mahmoud Dirir told reporters.
Pro-democracy protesters are demanding a return to civilian government.
Talks broke down after dozens of protesters were killed in a crackdown on a sit-in on 3 June. Since then much of the country has been shut down after the opposition called for an open-ended strike.
Doctors say 118 people have died in the recent outbreak of violence, while officials say there were fewer fatalities – putting the number at 61.
There have also been reports that over 650 people have been injured while several others have been raped.
Soldiers have patrolled the streets of Sudanese towns since then, while most businesses have remained closed.