Minawi Warns Against Plots and Agents Inside

Sudan Events – Follow-ups

The Governor of the Darfur region, head of the Sudan Liberation Movement, Minni Arko Minawi, said that the big war being waged now is the beginning of a new political map in the region, and he accused internal agents of volunteering to create the appropriate environment to start the plan.
Sudan slid into a relentless war between the regular army and the Rapid Support militia (RSF) in the middle of last April in the capital, Khartoum, before it expanded to Darfur, Kordofan, and more recently Gezira and the peripherals of the White Nile, leaving more than 7 million displaced and refugees, and thousands dead, injured, and missing.
Minawi said in a post on (X) Platform (Formerly Tweeter), today, Wednesday, “The new political map intended to be demarcated via the current schemes by which the big war and unique in styles is waged, namely destroying the heritage, antiquities and intentionally drag people into poverty and force them to migrate is the beginning of the new map”.
He added that “it will affect neighboring regional countries because the plan will not end in Sudan, but rather began there due to the abundance of national agents who volunteered to create an environment that allows the beginning of the journey.”
Minawi said in statements last week that what happened in Khartoum and in various cities of Sudan exceeds what happened in Darfur and has never happened in history. He stressed that seizing power by taking up arms or coups will not solve the problem.

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