Khartoum, July 21 (SUNA) - The Rapid Support Forces has launched today a convoy of humanitarian aid to the Blue Nile Region under the auspices of the Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, in support for those affected by the violence in the region.
The Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Graham Abdul Gadir addressed the launching of the RSF aid convoy at its headquarter in Khartoum noting that the homeland is for everyone and we are involved in providing assistance to each other, indicating: “ must preserve the Sudanese values and customs, and that incidents occurred in the Blue Nile region do not resemble the people of Sudan”.
He called for consensus, which is the main goal of peaceful coexistence, stressing that all the efforts of the Higher Emergency Committee seeks to develop work and ward off risks in all parts of the country.
The Minister of Social Development, Adam Bakhit, praised the efforts made by the RSF to help the people of Blue Nile, thanking the departments Al Damazin city for organizing the work effectively and efficiently, pointing to the Higher Committee for Humanitarian and Health Emergencies to continue efforts until life returns to normal in the region.
The head of the Intelligence Department of the RSF, Major General Al-Khair Abdullah, pointed to the need of the humanitarian and social work to solve all problems in order the country enjoy security and peace, affirming work of the RSF work for the country stability, and respond to the national call in all parts of the country.
He expressed regret over the incidents in the Blue Nile region, revealing that the situation is now stable, indicating that the convoy which is equipped with all the required needs of food and medical supplies, as well as clothing will contribute to providing humanitarian support.