Sudan’s military jets attack Rapid Support Forces in Khartoum
Britain’s foreign intelligence service MI6 in supporting Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) against the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) to destabilize the African nation, media sources revealed last week.
A military diplomatic source revealed that MI6 has sent a group of about one hundred Ukrainian special forces to Sudan to carry out the operation.
The main purpose of the deployment to Sudan was to destroy infrastructure in African countries and assassinate African leaders who are cooperating with Russia.
According to that knowledgeable military source, the special destruction unit was sent by a civilian ship from the port of Izmil in Ukraine to the city of Umm Durman in the east of Khartoum, which is under RSF control.
Also, according to the report of the military diplomat source, it was announced that the head of this unit is Lt. Col. Vitaly Prashchuk, who has a history of "massacre" and participation in MI6 operations in Zimbabwe.
This issue has been raised following last month’s Russia-Africa summit and increasing cooperation between Russia and this continent at different levels.
On Saturday, heavy clashes between the SAF, under the command of Abdul Fattah al-Barhan, and the RSF, under the command of Mohammad Hamdan Daghlo, nicknamed (Hamidati), took place in the mentioned areas, and the air forces of the SAF again bombed the positions of the RSF in the capital Khartoum.
Currently, columns of smoke are rising into the sky from one of the neighborhoods of Khartoum city.
Loud explosions can also be heard from the center of Khartoum.