A source at the UN Security Council said that the Council will discuss developments in the current situation in Sudan next Monday, and the discussions will be held behind closed doors.
A source said: “On Monday, the Miscellaneous section will discuss the situation in Sudan.”
On Saturday morning, clashes erupted between army forces led by Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and paramilitary operational support forces loyal to his former ally Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo “Hamidti” in the Sudanese capital Khartoum in a sudden transformation. conflict between them into an armed conflict.
The Sudanese Armed Forces confirmed: “There is no negotiation or dialogue before disbanding and disbanding the Hemedti rebel militia.”
According to the General Staff of the Army: “There will be no dialogue or agreements with the Rapid Support Forces until they stop their lawlessness.”
For his part, Commander of the Rapid Support Forces in Sudan, Muhammad Hamdan Daglo, “Hamidti”, believed that the surrender of the head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Lieutenant General Shams al-Din Kabbashi, was the only solution in Sudan.
Al-Burhan said the Sudanese army was still judging by the voice of reason and demanded that the Rapid Support Forces that had entered Khartoum be returned to their positions.
He added that there are good precautions and military bases that have not yet been moved, stressing that no one has been able to enter the High Command and that everything is under control, and that all strategic facilities are under control.
Al-Burhan stated that the Rapid Support Forces infiltrated the airport through the Hajj and Umrah hall and set fire to several planes, prompting army forces to deal with them.
Al-Burhan also issued an order disbanding the Rapid Support Force and ending the appointment of all army officers and personnel in light of current events in the country.
Source: News + RT
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