The Yemeni Ansarallah movement calls on the Sudanese army to withdraw its forces from the Saudi coalition, “at least in order to preserve the dignity of Sudan”. The Ansarallah movement has called on the Sudanese revolutionary people to put pressure on the Sudanese army to withdraw its forces from the war coalition against Yemen.
According to the Tasnim News agency, in a statement issued on Monday, April 29, Ansarallah called on the Sudanese people to urge the Sudanese army to end its complicity with the Saudi and Emirates aggressor regimes in the massacre of the Yemeni people.
The Sudanese army has joined the Saudi military in the aggression against Yemen. The presence of Sudanese forces on the front line of the war, on the one hand, and the humiliating behaviour of Saudi officers towards the Sudanese military, on the other, have led to more than once calls by the Sudanese people and some statesmen for the withdrawal of the Sudanese military from the Saudi coalition. However, the Sudanese army is still engaged in this war, in return for the minimal financial assistance that Riyadh and Abu Dhabi are providing to Khartoum.
Ansarallah’s statement states:
“We call on the noble Sudanese nation and all forces active in that country to put pressure on the high military commanders, at least in order to preserve the dignity of their country, so that they are obliged to order the withdrawal of Sudanese forces from Yemen. »
Denouncing the silence of legal and international bodies towards the crimes of the Saudi Arabian coalition in the war against Yemen, Ansarallah’s statement calls on the United Nations to establish a commission of inquiry to investigate these crimes.
Previously, a popular rally was held in front of Sudanese Armed Forces Headquarters in Khartoum. The protesters called for the immediate withdrawal of the Sudanese military from the war against Yemen and, more generally, an end to the Sudanese army’s extraterritorial missions. Yet, the vice-president of Sudan’s military council recently announced that the Sudanese military will remain in the Saudi Arabian-led coalition “until the objectives of the Arab coalition through this war are achieved”.