They transferred them to central Sudan.. The release of members of the army who were detained by the Rapid Support Forces

Since the start of the bloody fighting in Sudan in mid-April, I have been captured Rapid Support Forces Large numbers of Sudanese army soldiers and officers.

And after it released last June 125 of them who were being held in Khartoum and El Fasher, North Darfur, the file returned to the fore again.

The release of 6 army detainees

On Wednesday, the International Committee of the Red Cross announced facilitating the release of a number of army prisoners who were being held by the Rapid Support Forces.

Adnan Hizam, a spokesman for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Sudan, said that, at the request of the two parties to the conflict in Sudan, the committee played the role of a neutral mediator in the process of releasing 6 army detainees from the Rapid Support Center and facilitating their transfer to the Gezira state in central Sudan, according to the “Sudan Tribune” website.

He added that the law of the International Committee of the Red Cross prohibits talking about the type of those who have been released, adding that the most important thing in such operations is to contribute to the reunification of families and the return of detainees to their families.

In turn, a field commander in the Rapid Support Forces explained on Wednesday that their forces released yesterday more than twenty civilians who were being held in East Nile and Bahri, in addition to the city of Omdurman, adding that those released were arrested during the last period on many charges, including cooperation with military intelligence and exposing the movements of the Rapid Support Forces of the Sudanese army, he said.

accusations of widespread abuse

It is noteworthy that the Rapid Support Forces exchange has become accused of committing widespread violations that included large numbers of civilians in Khartoum state and the Darfur region, including arrest and enforced disappearance.

This comes as the war between the army and the Rapid Support Forces entered its fourth month without any looming solution, despite the pressure exerted by international and regional parties.

The declared truce also failed to stop the war operations that have been going on for months.

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