Exchange of accusations of sabotage between the Sudanese army and the rapid response forces

The Sudanese army announced that the Rapid Response Forces had suffered heavy losses and their strength had diminished, and the Rapid Response Forces had accused “elements of the former regime” of carrying out acts of sabotage and looting of homes and businesses.

According to what was reported by the Al-Mayadeen website, Nabil Abdullah, a spokesman for the Sudanese army, said that the capabilities of the rapid response forces are decreasing and incurring heavy losses, while the Sudanese army controls all places. , including the headquarters of the Rapid Response Forces, with the exception of Khartoum airports

He added that many of the rapid response forces surrendered in military sites and many war fronts fled to their areas of residence.

Regarding the border situation with neighboring countries, Abdullah said: There are countries with which we have specific protocols and joint forces operating in them, such as Chad and Central Africa, and the eastern borders also have sufficient and controlled forces, and Egypt also has forces that control them. .

Regarding whether the army received or was offered foreign aid, the Sudanese army spokesman explained: “We have embarked so far on the internal facilities for Sudan; but it is our right as a country to interact with any international or regional party within the framework of military cooperation relations.

The Rapid Response Forces also accused “elements of the former regime” of vandalism and looting of homes and businesses.

The forces said in a statement that “remnants and elements of the former regime are behind these acts of sabotage” and are trying to “criminalize the rapid response forces through leaked maps.”

This statement stated that the Rapid Response Forces, “despite their preoccupation with uprooting the putschists and elements of the former regime to rid the Sudanese people of them,” also seeks to “ensure the security of the exit of foreigners and facilitate their transfer of citizens to safe areas.”

In this regard, journalist Jamal Muhammad Ali said that the withdrawal of diplomats from Sudan shows that countries do not trust that this conflict will end soon. The embassies also know that this military operation will continue.

Since April 15, clashes between the Sudanese army led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Rapid Response Forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Daglu have left more than 420 dead, 3,700 injured, and forced tens of thousands of people to flee. conflict areas to other provinces and countries.

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