Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent reported that the Sudanese army has imposed full control over the Marawi base, indicating that the army is stationed inside all directions of the base.
Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath monitored the damage inside the base and the airport after 5 days of clashes.
Our correspondent explained that civilian and military aircraft were damaged as a result of the clashes inside the airport.
A clip circulating yesterday showed the deployment of army personnel at Marawi Airport, after the arrest of a commander of the Rapid Support Forces there.
Yesterday, the spokesman for the armed forces accused what he described as “regional and local parties” of involvement in the events in the country, indicating that he had accurate information about the “conspiracy process” and that he would disclose it in due course.
The spokesman added that the Rapid Support Forces fled from Marawi Airport after they were dealt with by the Air Force and suffered heavy losses.
The spokesman indicated that the second phase of the process of securing the areas surrounding the General Command, all the way to the center of Khartoum, had begun.
The disputes between the two military forces began last Wednesday in the Marawi region, after the Rapid Support Forces pushed about 100 military vehicles to a location near the military air base there, which provoked the army, which described this move as illegal, stressing the necessity of withdrawing those forces, which is what Didn’t get it yet.
Note that previous differences between the two parties also surfaced during the security reform workshop that was held last March (2023) regarding the integration of Rapid Support elements into the army, and led to the postponement of the announcement of the final political agreement that was scheduled in early April in order to return the country to the track. democracy and the formation of a civilian government.