Rapid support practices in El Fasher have ethnic motives

Minni Arko Minawi, the governor of the Darfur region, confirmed today, Sunday, that what is happening in El Fasher, the capital of the North Darfur region, has “ethnic motives” and not political ones.

He added on his account on the X platform, “The operation has ethnic motives without any moral motive.”

He added that he will address the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, and the Chairman of the African Union Commission regarding what is happening in El Fasher, and “we hope to get positive responses.”

Earlier today, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan, Clementine Nkweta Salami, warned that residents of the city of El Fasher and its surrounding areas in the state are facing a “horrific” humanitarian situation as a result of the ongoing fighting there.

Salami said in a statement on the (X) platform that the number of casualties resulting from the fighting is rising daily, calling on the parties to the conflict to stop the fighting and allow the safe passage of civilians and humanitarian aid.

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