Assistant Al-Burhan: The army is moving from 3 axes to regain Khartoum Bahri

Lieutenant General Yasser Al-Atta, Assistant Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Army, said that the army is moving from three axes towards Khartoum North to retake it from the Rapid Support Forces, pledging to open all roads in Khartoum in the coming days.

This came in a speech delivered by Al-Atta to a group of members of the armed forces today, Friday, during which he also spoke about the military operations to restore Al-Jazeera State in central Sudan.

Al-Atta said that army forces began moving from 4 axes towards Al-Jazira State, which is located south of the capital, Khartoum.

Sudanese press sources reported a week ago that the army launched an operation to regain control of Al-Jazira State, describing it as one of the largest ground operations witnessed in the war in Sudan.

In the Sudanese capital, the army regained control of the radio and television complex in Omdurman last month, declaring a defeat for the Rapid Support Forces, which had been controlling the complex and the old neighborhoods of Omdurman since the start of the war.

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