Amid the insistence of both sides of the conflict on violence, the Sudan war enters its 100th day

While the war in Sudan between the army and the Rapid Support Forces entered its 100th day, with an estimated death toll of thousands and millions of displaced persons and refugees, in addition to the devastation and destruction of the infrastructure, health, educational and economic facilities, but solutions are still absent, which may herald a major humanitarian catastrophe, especially in light of the economic crisis and its repercussions on farmers.

The two parties to the conflict continue their insistence on war and reject all efforts aimed at achieving peace, ending the fighting, and allowing relief aid to reach civilians.

The Rapid Support Forces welcomed the defection of members of the 20th Division Command in the state of East Darfur of the Sudanese army, and their joining its ranks, considering that this represents a new impetus, according to its statement.

“We are confident that together we can rebuild our country by taking advantage of our social and cultural diversity and our enormous human and material potential,” said the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo (Hamedti). “We can all put our dear country on the right path.”

And the Rapid Support Forces in Sudan announced the joining of 15 officers and 527 soldiers from the Sudanese army to its forces in the East Darfur sector, stressing that it does not seek to abolish, dismantle or replace the armed forces, but rather work to build a single national army.

She added, “We want to open a new page under real democratic rule.”

The Sudan war broke out in mid-April between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, which spread destruction in the capital, Khartoum, and caused a sharp increase in ethnic violence in Darfur, displacing more than three million people.

On the other hand, the Sudanese Mineral Resources Company announced yesterday the killing of 8 miners in the Abu Shaybah mine in the Al-Alaqi area in the Red Sea state, after they were suffocated, stressing that the necessary legal measures will be taken by the region’s police, which formed a team that evacuated the bodies of the victims and handed them over to their families.

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