Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces Accuse Military of Airstrike on Ethiopian Embassy in Khartoum

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have accused the Sudanese military of launching an airstrike on the Ethiopian embassy buildings in the capital, Khartoum. This alleged attack resulted in extensive damage to the embassy located in the Al-Amaarat district.

A statement released by the official spokesperson for the RSF condemned what they described as “barbaric acts” by the paramilitary forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, also known as Hemeti. The statement expressed regret over these actions, highlighting the recurrent targeting of vital installations within the country, including diplomatic missions and international organizations.

The RSF went on to denounce the deliberate destruction inflicted by these extremist militias. They emphasized that such actions are an extension of the acts of terrorism perpetrated by these same groups over the past three decades during the rule of the former regime. These actions ultimately led to Sudan being designated as a state sponsor of terrorism.

The statement concluded by emphasizing the necessity of uprooting the remnants of the previous regime as the only path to achieving security, stability, and the construction of a new Sudan based on equitable principles. This would entail the restoration of democratic governance, the lifting of oppression from the Sudanese people, and the establishment of a unified national army.


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