Al-Atta: Sudan takes UAE to International Justice, Including ICC


Khartoum – Sudan Events

The Sudan is taking the United Arab Emirates to regional and international arenas and courts, including the International Criminal Court (ICC), member of the Sovereign Council and Assistant commander in chief of the Sudanese army vowed.

Lieutenant General Yasser Al-Atta, Assistant Commander-in-Chief of the Army –cum- Member of the Sovereign Council, has revealed that two days prior to the outbreak of the current war the overall number of the rebel forces (RSF) in Khartoum was 120,000. However, they revamped the force with additional 45,000, while the overall number of Armed Forces troops in Khartoum was about 37,000.

Al-Atta, who was speaking during field inspection visit to Al-Naw Hospital in Omdurman Sunday, revealed the role played by the United Arab Emirates (UAE)in providing material and military support for the Rapid Support Militia.

He said Sudan is going to submit an official complaint against the United Arab Emirates to the Arab League, the African Union, the Islamic Cooperation, the United Nations, the Security Council, and the International Criminal Court (ICC) denuding the UAE support for the rebellion in the Sudan.

Al-Atta explained in his statements that the (RSF) have actually amassed mercenaries from Burkina Faso, Niger, Libya, South Sudan, Chad, Niger, Central Africa Republic and Mali.

He specified that the (RSF) brings in nine thousand mercenaries every week to help compensate for the loss they incurred in the battles of Sudan.

But he underlined that this war was heading to an end and that the Janjaweed were inevitably going away.

He promised that the Sudanese Armed Forces are presently leading fierce battles in Wad Medani, and that the state of Gezira will soon be free of rebellion.

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