Chairman of the Sovereignty Council: Do not negotiate with those who killed and plundered the Sudanese people

Omdurman 2-7-2024 AD

The President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant General #Abdel-Fattah_Al-Burhan, saluted the officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Wadi Sidna Military Region, praising their sacrifices in order to defend the land and honor.

Al-Burhan said when addressing officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the armed forces in the Wadi Sidna military region, that our position is clear, which is not to negotiate with an enemy that violates and plunders citizens every day, and we will also not negotiate with those who support this enemy.

He added, “Our response is to equip the fighters with the equipment and combat aids they need.” He said, “We are confident in the will of our people and the determination of our forces.” He added, “We see that victory is imminent,” calling for not listening to gossip and rumours.

He said that if a battle is lost, this does not mean that we have lost the war. His Excellency saluted the patience and steadfastness of the Sudanese people in the face of the violations of the terrorist Rapid Support militia, praising the support of the Sudanese people with their armed forces. He added, “We appreciate the sacrifices made by the Sudanese people in the Battle of Karama, so the armed forces are continuing in their efforts.” Its battle will not fail this steadfast people. He added, “We are victorious and this enemy will disappear,” stressing the ability of the armed forces to crush the rebels.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces praised the steadfastness of the officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Sixth Division in El Fasher, who taught the enemy lessons in valor and courage. His Excellency also saluted the fighters in Babanusa and Sennar and on all fronts of the fighting.

During his visit to the city of Omdurman, His Excellency inspected the Corps of Engineers, congratulating the forces that achieved victories in Doha and Ambdah.

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