Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Emirati academic, Abdul Khaleq Abdullah, responded to the allegations of his country’s “support” for a military party in Sudan after the clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces, describing it as “accusations that have reached the stage of madness.”
This came in a tweet by the Emirati academic on his Twitter page, in which he said: “The UAE is chasing false accusations that it supports a military party in the Sudanese conflict. Accusations that have reached the level of insanity and indicate mental illness and a conspiratorial mind that pushes its owner to slander, fabricating news, falsifying facts, and implicating the name of the Emirates in small and large. I suggest that they visit the nearest doctor who treats their psychological complexes and chronic obsession.”
Abdullah’s tweet comes at a time when clashes have renewed between the Sudanese army and the “rapid support” forces in several residential areas in the city of Bahri, in northern Khartoum, witnesses told CNN, on Wednesday evening, in developments that come only hours after the two rival factions agreed to Another 24-hour truce took effect Wednesday at 6 pm local time.
It is noteworthy that the ambassadors of the Quartet countries (Saudi Arabia – the United Arab Emirates – the United Kingdom – the United States of America), called in a statement on the two sides of the conflict in Sudan to a cease-fire, a return to dialogue, and a commitment to protecting civilians, diplomatic missions and humanitarian workers, and providing safe passages. For humanitarian operations, according to the official Saudi Press Agency.
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