Al-Burhan calls on everyone who can bear arms to confront the rebellion…and declares a truce

In his speech on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, the head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council stressed Abdel Fattah Al-BurhanHowever, his country is exposed to a conspiracy aimed at tearing its fabric.

He demanded a commander Sudanese army Everyone who is able to bear arms should go to the nearest military unit.

Violations amount to war crimes

On Tuesday, he also called on Sudanese youth to join the army to confront the Rapid Support Forces.

He added that there are those who used mercenaries to carry out crimes against the Sudanese, referring to the Rapid Support Forces.

He saw that the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, known as “Hemedti”, had tried to hijack the country for his personal interests, threatening him, saying: “This will not happen.”

The word proof

He also accused the Rapid Support Forces of committing several violations amounting to war crimes, citing what happened in Darfur, stressing that his forces are working to confront and destroy Hemeti’s rebel groups, he said.

The Sudanese army chief announced a ceasefire on the first day of Eid al-Adha.

The truce does not hold

It is noteworthy that the commander of the Rapid Support Forces announced late on Monday evening a unilateral truce, today and tomorrow, on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, after the negotiations that began between the two sides, since last May, in Jeddah, were postponed through US-Saudi mediation.

Hamidti announces a unilateral truce in Sudan for two days

Since the outbreak of the conflict in mid-April, dozens of truces were announced, but all of them did not hold, and were breached in the first hours of their entry into force.

While the war caused a major humanitarian crisis that led to the displacement of more than 2.5 million people, about 600,000 of them crossed borders to neighboring countries. Most headed north to Egypt or west to Chad, where the refugees sought refuge from clashes in the capital, Khartoum, or ethnically motivated attacks in the Darfur region.

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