The political activist, Adel Al-Hasani, called on France, which is involved in the gas company in Balhaf through Total company, to evacuate the facility from Emirati agents and their tools, and to remove military presence from it, considering it a service facility.
“To the French government, which supervises the operation of the Balhaf gas facility through the Total company, the facility is witnessing an Emirati military buildup, filled with weapons and explosives, which pose a danger to it and its surroundings. There is also a force of 600 fighters being trained by Emirati forces in Balhaf to send them to fight in Sudan with Hameti militias. Direct your Emirati agents and their tools to evacuate the facility and remove the military scenes from the civil service facility that we share with you," Al-Hassani tweeted on Wednesday.
Al-Hasani's accusations come following statements made by Sudanese Army Commander Abdulfattah Burhan last Monday regarding the presence of Yemeni mercenaries fighting alongside the UAE-backed Rapid Support Forces.
On May, the UAE has sent military reinforcements to the Rapid Support Forces in Sudan, through the port of Mocha, west of the Yemeni province of Taiz.
Hammoud Abu Mismar, one of activists, said that the UAE sent a military battalion of the “Republican Guards” forces, led by Tariq Afash, to Sudan to reinforce the forces of Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, which has been engaged in fierce confrontations with the Sudanese army in the capital, Khartoum.
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