12 April 2018

Sudan: RIF Commander Calls On International Community to Recognize Its Efforts to Curb Illegal Immigration and Human Trafficking

Khartoum — The Commander of the Rapid Intervention Forces (RIF), General, Mohamed Hamdan Dolgu (Hamidti), has called on the international community to recognize the efforts of the RIF within the various borders of Sudan to curb illegal immigration, reduce the human trafficking and the cross border crimes.

The RIF Commander addressing the graduation ceremony of 2650 RIF graduates, at the War College, Thursday, amid wide participation of the armed Forces commanders and the families of the graduates, has called on the international community to lift Sudan's name from the list of the countries sponsoring terrorism, referring to the role being played by the regular forces and the RIF to prevent smuggling to the neighboring countries.

He renewed commitment to the directives of the President of the Republic to defend the land of the two holy shrines and the Gulf States, besides, the participation in the Arab Coalition Forces to restore legality in the sisterly Yemen.

"The RIF rejects all the sabotage and negative acts that harm the citizen and the homeland" He stressed.

General, Hemidti announced support to the democratic and transparent work through the ballot boxes, expressing support to the president's efforts in the comprehensive reform process that is taking place in the country and reject all forms of economic sabotage.

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