Local sources told Al Jazeera that Sudanese army Bombardment with marches on the Al-Maamoura neighborhood, southeast of Khartoum, and Al-Azhari, south of Khartoum, to target forces’ positions. Fast support.
The sources monitored columns of smoke rising in at least two locations in the two neighborhoods, and reported that the Sudanese army bombed gatherings of the Rapid Support Forces in Khartoum with heavy artillery since early morning from its positions north of the city of Omdurman.
Meanwhile, the governor of White Nile State, Omar Al-Khalifa Abdullah, said that the army division in the state had made security arrangements to protect the entrances to the state, including outposts at the entrances to confront what he called the desperate attempts of the Rapid Support Forces to enter the state.
The governor indicated, in an interview with Sudanese Radio, that there was military coordination to remove the Rapid Support outposts in Al-Qatina locality and up to Jabal Al-Awliya, and stressed that the security services were in a state of readiness and could not be surprised, as he put it.
The Rapid Support Forces advanced from their positions of control in Jabal al-Awliya, south of Khartoum, and last December took control of al-Qatina in the White Nile State, about 200 kilometers north of the state capital.
On the political level, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Ali Al-Sadiq Ali, headed the Sudanese delegation participating in the 19th summit of the “Movement”Non-AlignedHeld in Kampala, Uganda, on January 19 and 20.
The minister presented Sudan's statement before the summit, in which he praised the efforts of the founding fathers of the movement, stressing Sudan's commitment to its principles and working to achieve its goals.
He pointed out that the Sudanese Armed Forces have been waging a just defensive war since last April against what he described as a cross-border aggressor militia, targeting Sudan with its capabilities and capabilities, and aiming to bring about a demographic change in the country, stressing that the people stand with their armed forces in this war.
He reaffirmed Sudan's commitment to a peaceful solution, stopping the war, and bringing about the desired democratic transformation in a way that achieves the interests and dignity of the Sudanese people, and appealed to the countries of the Non-Aligned Movement to condemn the violations committed by the rebel militia, as he described it.
The war in Sudan resulted in more than 10,000 deaths, according to estimates by the Armed Conflict Locations and Events Data Project (ACLED), and caused the displacement of about 6 million people within the country or to neighboring countries, according to United nations.