Local sources on the island reported that violent battles broke out between… Sudanese army AndRapid Support Forces For the third day, around the city of Babanusa, in the state of West Kordofan, in the west of the country, heavy weapons, marches, and aircraft were used.
The sources said that the Sudanese army launched raids targeting sites of the Rapid Support Forces west and south of the city of Babanusa, west of the country. They added that Sudanese army aircraft have been flying in the skies of Babanusa since early morning today, and yesterday they shot down a march of the Rapid Support Forces.
The Sudanese army indicated on its Facebook page that the forces of the Fifth Infantry Division, known as the Haganah, based in the city of El Obeid, in the west of the country, and other regular forces, chased the Rapid Support Forces out of El Obeid, inflicting heavy losses on them in equipment, machinery and individuals.
The army added that its forces seized a number of looted combat and civilian vehicles, weapons and ammunition from the Rapid Support Forces, and the army published pictures on the page showing its forces that participated in the battle.
Meanwhile, the resistance committees in the city said Wad Madani Capital of Al-Jazira State: Yesterday, Sudanese army warplanes launched a number of air strikes near the Beka Bridge (Bika Bridge), west of the city of Wad Madani.
In another context, Zadna International Investment Company Limited, in Sudan, demanded European Union It reviewed its decision to impose economic sanctions on the company, expressing its readiness for any cooperation that would help reverse the economic embargo decision, stressing that it has no hidden role in the continuation of the war in Sudan.
The company said in a press statement that the economic situation in Sudan does not tolerate such sanctions on national investment companies that have no role in the continuation of the war and play important roles in securing food for citizens.
She pointed out that the sanctions decision hinders the company’s continuation of providing its services by providing food to citizens in the affected states, and the statement affirmed the company’s absolute cooperation with the international community to achieve sustainable development goals.
Yesterday, the Sudanese army condemned in a statement that the European Union imposed sanctions on 3 Sudanese national economic institutions that it claimed, along with 3 companies affiliated with the Rapid Support Authority, on charges of “supporting activities that undermine stability and political transition in Sudan.”
The ongoing fighting in Sudan since February 23 has left more than 13,000 dead and about 26,000 injured, and caused about 7.6 million people to flee their homes and take refuge inside and outside Sudan, according to To the United Nations6.1 million people were displaced within the country, while about 1.5 million people crossed into neighboring countries.