After Al-Burhan asked to change it.. The United Nations sticks to its envoy in Sudan – Sudanile

After Al-Burhan asked to change it.. The United Nations sticks to its envoy in Sudan – Sudanile

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The United Nations affirmed its adherence to the head of its mission in Sudan, Volker Peretz, on Friday, following the request of the head of the Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, to replace him.

In response to the request for proof, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, said, on Friday, that he was shocked by the request for proof, adding, in a tweet published by the United Nations spokesperson via Twitter, that he was “proud of the work done by his special representative in Sudan,” and affirmed his “full confidence.” with his own representative.

The Sudanese army commander, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, accused the head of the United Nations Mission in Sudan, Volker Peretz, of “misleading, deceiving, stirring up hatred and division” in the country, and encouraging the Rapid Support Forces to “rebellion,” calling, in a letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, on Friday, to replace the president. Unitams.

In his letter to Guterres, Al-Burhan said that the head of the UN mission, “practiced fraud and misleading in his reports to the Secretary-General, claiming consensus on the framework agreement, while the reality is clearly contrary,” according to the letter, which Al-Sharq saw.

He added, “Peretz also insisted on imposing the agreement by dishonest means and methods, despite the length of this agreement in terms of weakness, loopholes, and negative signs, which represented hotbeds of tension in the political and social arena, and led to what happened in terms of rebellion and military confrontations,” noting in his letter to “Muhammad’s statement.” Hamdan Dagalo “Hamedti” (the commander of the Rapid Support Forces) regarding his approval of the framework agreement.

Al-Burhan considered that “the commander of the Rapid Support Forces would not have staged his rebellion had he not received signs of guarantee and encouragement from other parties, including the head of the (UNITAMS) mission, according to what the rebel Hamidti told some of those who sought to contain the tension before the situation exploded.”

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And he continued, “His behavior (Peretz) was dominated by provoking crises, weaving complications and misunderstandings between political parties and civil society entities, while stirring up hatred, deepening division, exaggerating points of contention, adopting extremist positions that are incompatible with reconciliation and building peace, and began to practice dictates and use various methods to impose the opinion or vision of parties.” Others outside the United Nations, which made him a party and not a facilitator or mediator, which led to the crisis the country reached in mid-April,” referring to the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.

Al-Burhan’s letter accused Volker Peretz of having “enabled persons from outside the United Nations system to exploit the facilities of the organization’s employees, such as notices and permissions to move, to perform tasks specific to these persons. It also allowed political entities and figures to exploit and use the mission’s means of communication to perform partisan and political activities.”

Al-Burhan’s accusations against the head of “UNITAMS” also included what was related to the recruitment mechanism in the mission, pointing out that it “lacked transparency and justice, as the matter became subject to bias and the personal mood of the head of the mission and mediators from outside it, which led to the exclusion of those with competence and experience, and these courtesies and nepotism included people The courts condemned them for their misconduct,” according to the message of the head of the Sovereign Council.

Field developments despite the truce

In field affairs, the Rapid Support Forces described, on Friday, the Sudanese army’s decision to call up soldiers and reserve officers as “dangerous and reflects the army’s confusion and failure to confront our forces on the battlefield, and an attempt to take refuge in innocent citizens to fight on their behalf.”

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In a statement posted on Twitter, the Rapid Support Forces said, “We renew our call to the honorable members of the armed forces to confront this scheme aimed at fragmenting the fabric of our society.”

“We will not stop until victory is achieved through a complete civil democratic transition and this junta is brought to justice,” the statement continued.

Earlier, Friday, Sudanese Defense Minister Yassin Ibrahim announced the call-up of reserve officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers.

In a statement published by the Ministry of Defense, the minister said, “In support of the great military effort made by the armed forces in order to restore security and stability, it was decided to call in full for all officers, non-commissioned officers and retired soldiers of the armed forces who are not more than 65 years old, and who have the ability to carry and use weapons to support the efforts.” military”.

The statement indicated that the notification will be to the nearest military unit, as of Monday.

Weapons confiscation

The correspondent of “Al Sharq” in Port Sudan quoted military sources led by the Red Sea Military Region, as saying that the forces of the 287th Brigade of the Sudanese army in the region were able, on Friday, to pursue groups working to bring weapons and ammunition into the eastern regions of the country, in addition to delivering them to whom they described. by “rebels”.

The sources stated that the Sudanese Intelligence Division managed to seize some weapons and ammunition south of the Suakin locality in the Red Sea State, coming from an unnamed foreign country.

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The Rapid Support Forces handed over all their bases in the Red Sea state after limited clashes with the Sudanese army at the beginning of the battles last April.

“Quick Support” denies its relationship with “Wagner”
For his part, a member of the advisory office of the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Omran Abdullah Hassan, denied, in statements to Al-Sharq, any relationship of the Rapid Support Forces with the Russian private military group, “Wagner”.

He said that his forces did not receive any weapons or surface-to-air missiles from “Wagner” to use them to fight against the Sudanese army, contrary to what was stated in a previous statement by the US Treasury Department.

The political advisor to the Rapid Support Forces pointed out that “this claim is old and renewed and was denied more than once by the commander of the Rapid Support Forces.”

In turn, the office of the official spokesman for the Sudanese army refused to comment on the matter, when the Al Sharq reporter contacted him.
On Thursday, the US Treasury accused the private Russian “Wagner” group of providing the Rapid Support Forces in Sudan with heavy weapons.

And the US Treasury statement stated, “Recently in Sudan, the Wagner Group has provided the Sudanese Rapid Support Forces with surface-to-air missiles to fight against the Sudanese army, which contributes to a long-term armed conflict that leads to more chaos in the region.”

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