According to the official spokesman for the armed forces in Sudan, news circulated on some satellite channels and websites, attributed to the Sudanese army and military sources, about troop movements and the families of Ethiopian soldiers in the Al-Fashqa area.
The source confirmed to Sky News Arabia that this news was “incorrect and misleading.”
The Sudanese Armed Forces confirm that it has not issued any statements or statements to these channels or other websites, in any matter related to the situation on Sudan’s eastern borders.
The office also noted that it is the only approved source of news for the Sudanese armed forces, and that publishing any content for any other source bears the responsibility and legal consequences of the issuer.
On Monday, the head of the Sovereign Council in Sudan, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, went to the Al-Fashqa area, adjacent to the border with Ethiopia, which Khartoum accuses of executing 7 Sudanese soldiers in addition to a civilian.
A Sudanese military source told Sky News Arabia: “The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, has been in Al-Fashqa on the border with Ethiopia since this morning.”
On Sunday night, the Sudanese army announced that the Ethiopian army had “executed” 7 Sudanese soldiers and a civilian who had been held captive for months.
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