In the statement made by the army, the statement was used, “The HDK seized the Central Reserve Forces Command headquarters in the south of Khartoum and a number of vehicles, weapons and ammunition after 3 days of fierce clashes with the army.”
Pointing out that the incident was a clear violation of international law and customs of war, the statement said, “Police facilities all over the world are service facilities that have nothing to do with military operations. Targeting the police headquarters is not only a military victory for a militia that does not hesitate to commit any kind of violation, but also requires condemnation and disapproval. violation” was included.
According to the latest figures from Sudan’s Ministry of Health and the United Nations, more than 3,000 people have died and tens of thousands have been injured in the conflict, and more than 2.5 million people have been displaced inside and outside the country.
Attack from the rebel group SPLM-N
On the other hand, Sudanese State Mining Company Director Mubarak Erdol stated that the army repelled the attack on the South Kurmuk city in the Blue Nile Region in the southeast of the country by the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), led by the rebel group Abdulaziz Abdulaziz al-Khilu.
Noting that the citizens crossed into Ethiopia from the region, Erdol said in a statement on his Twitter account, “After the war has stopped in this region for more than ten years, there are now conflicts.”
No statement has been made yet from the military or SPLM-N on the subject.
ceasefire agreement between government and SPLM-N
On 21 June, the Sudanese army accused the SPLM-N of attacking its forces in Kadugli city in South Kurdufan state, despite the ceasefire it signed with the government.
In the past four years, the government and the SPLM-N have extended the ceasefire agreement between them several times in areas under their control.
The SPLM has been fighting for special status for the two regions in the South Kurdufan and Blue Nile regions in the south of the country since 2011.