Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in the Red Sea sector in Sudan managed to seize explosives in thearea of Qabobul, south of Suakin.
The seizures involved (69) anti-aircraft and anti-aircraft weapons (B-10) and armored personnel carriers, following the arrival of information to the sector command.
An important role of the rapid support forces
Meanwhile, engineer Abdullah Shangaray, Governor of the Red Sea, introduced himself on the kidnapping in the presence of the commander and leaders of rapid support in the sector, praising the national role of rapid support forces in achieving security and stability and in the protection of the country’s earnings, in addition to its role in social field and siding with citizens’ issues and supporting the efforts of peaceful coexistence and communication between the components of society.
For his part, Lieutenant Colonel Dr. Rami Adam Al-Tayeb, commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Red Sea sector, explained that this seizure is part of the qualitative work of the Rapid Support Forces to maintain security and stability. of the country and protect the safety of society.
In addition, he added that the kidnapping represents a security dimension that embodies the vigilance of the Rapid Support Forces, emphasizing the readiness of the forces to address threats to the security of society, as well as paying attention to citizens’ issues in the framework of the social responsibility of the Rapid Support Forces.
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