Sudanese Military Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan Inspects Naval Forces at Flamingo Military Base

Inspection Tour of Sudanese Naval Forces by Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan

Arrival at Flamingo Naval Military Base

As he continued his inspection tours, the commander of the Sudanese military, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, arrived today, Monday, at the Flamingo naval military base in Port Sudan in the Red Sea State to inspect the Sudanese naval forces.

Video clips showed Al-Burhan walking amidst large crowds of military who greeted his presence with applause, while car horns sounded. auto.

Warm Welcome for the Commander-in-Chief

The commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, also shook hands with several servicemen, receiving a warm welcome.

And Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan arrived yesterday, Sunday, in Port Sudan, in the Red Sea State, by private plane, in preparation for his first overseas tour since the beginning of the war in the country, according to Agency/ Al-Hadath correspondent reported.

The video showed Al-Burhan walking a red carpet, amidst a grand official reception, to the music of the national anthem.

Al-Burhan at the Flamingo military base

One Army, One People

Those present at the time of pace they applauded the commander of the Sudanese army, saying, “One army, one people.”

A statement from the Sudanese military had stated earlier that its commander was continuing his “inspection tours of certain military areas in and outside the central capital region”.

Interestingly, Al-Burhan visited military bases near the capital, on his first tour outside Khartoum since the outbreak of conflict with the Rapid Support Forces in April.

Two government sources said Burhan plans to leave Sudan for talks in neighboring countries after visiting military bases and Port Sudan, the temporary seat of government.

Continuous Battles

Interestingly, since the outbreak of war between the two main military forces on April 15, the Rapid Support Forces have dominated the terrain in many areas of Khartoum, while the army, which has warplanes and heavy artillery, has maintained control over its main forces. bases in the capital and in the central and eastern parts of the country, according to Reuters.

While violent clashes have occurred between the two sides over the control of bases and supply routes west of Khartoum in the regions of Kordofan and Darfur.

The battles between the two sides continue, in many areas, unabated and so far have resulted in the deaths of about 5,000 people, according to the ACLIAD organization, and the displacement of more than 4 million, both within Sudan and in neighboring countries.

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