Honored to have a vital conversation with US Secretary of State, Mr. Anthony Blinken. We discussed pressing issues in Sudan and our shared dedication to freedom, justice, and democracy for our people.
We recognize the challenges before us, standing firm against extremism undermining our progress towards a just and democratic society. Although reluctant participants in this war, it is necessary to protect our people and defend our values.
Reaffirmed our unwavering commitment to safeguarding innocent civilians in our areas of control, reflecting our respect for human dignity and the sanctity of life.
Grateful to Mr. Blinken and the US for their continued support and shared commitment to restoring stability in Sudan. We will have another call to continuing dialogue and working hand-in-hand to forge a brighter future for our nations.
The international community must take action now and intervene against the crimes of Sudanese General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, a radical Islamist who is bombing civilians from the air. His army is waging a brutal campaign against innocent people, bombing them with MiGs.
We are fighting against radical Islamists who hope to keep Sudan isolated and in the dark, and far removed from democracy. We will continue to pursue Al-Burhan and bring him to justice.
The fight that we are waging now is the price of democracy. We did not attack anyone. Our actions are merely a response to the siege and assault against our forces. We are fighting for the people of Sudan to ensure the democratic progress, for which they have so long yearned.
We are taking every possible measure to ensure the safety and security of the people. We will not allow any harm to come to them, and we will do everything within our power to protect democracy and uphold rule of law in Sudan. We will prevail and achieve peace and stability.
Views exclusive rights: Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, Military General, Leading Sudan Rapid Support Forces in the ongoing Supremacy war, April 18/17th, 2023.