The Sudanese army confirms its cohesion.. What are the repercussions of the Rapid Support Forces’ control over Singa?

The Rapid Support Forces announced that they took control of… Singa city The capital of Sennar State in southeastern Sudan, while the Sudanese army confirmed on Sunday that its forces in the city are “holding their positions.”

And he witnesses Sudan Since April 15 last year, there has been a bloody war between the armed forces led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Rapid Support Forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, followed by a deep humanitarian crisis.

Control of the city of Sinja

The Rapid Support Forces said on the “X” platform: Their forces “took control of the 17th Infantry Division of the Sudanese army in the city of Sinja, Sennar State.”

Residents confirmed to Agence France-Presse that “Rapid Support Forces were deployed in the streets of Singa,” while eyewitnesses reported that army planes were flying over the city in addition to hearing anti-aircraft fire.

But the Sudanese army, on its Facebook page, confirmed that “its forces in Sinja are steadfast and cohesive and are fighting the enemy with steadfastness and high morale.”

The Chief of Staff congratulated the 17th Infantry Division forces for their “bravery and confrontation of the enemy’s attempts to destabilize security in the city of Singa.”

What are the repercussions of the Rapid Support Forces’ control over the city of Singa?

In this context, political analyst Ahmed Khalil explained that the Sennar region links Sennar and eastern Sudan, and is the only road through which supplies can pass to Blue Nile State and the states of Darfur, in addition to White Nile State and North Kordofan.

Speaking to Arab TV from Kampala, Khalil explained that the presence of Rapid Support in Singa State means that it has cut off this road, and now controls the supply line from Khartoum State to Gezira State, and then to Sennar, indicating that the de facto government in Port Sudan cannot Supplies are delivered to citizens.

While he pointed out the diversity of rapid support and military tactics, as it started in the city of El Fasher, then moved to the desert camps, and then moved to the city of Al-Fula and Jabal Muya, Khalil pointed out that these forces began to confuse the Sudanese military plan, while the Sudanese army does not know where it is coming from. Rapid support, he said.

He explained that the Rapid Support Forces’ control over Singa comes in the context of tightening the noose on Port Sudan by the forces, and depriving the Sudanese government of a very large part of the national income that depends on animal and plant exports, in addition to the fact that all the oil regions are located on this side.

Khalil pointed out that those who plan military operations in the Rapid Support seem to know how to manage this battle, from an economic and military perspective, at a time when the media affiliated with the Israeli army are talking about the end of these forces.

The Rapid Support Forces control most of the capital Khartoum, the central state of Gezira, the vast West Darfur region, and a large part of Kordofan to the south.

The Rapid Support Forces are also besieging the city of El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur state.

The United Nations quoted a report on Thursday that nearly 26 million people in Sudan face high levels of “acute food insecurity.”

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