Shendi, Dec. 8 (SUNA) – The President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council and General Commander of the Armed Forces, Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, has called on the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, to press ahead in implementing the goals of the revolution.

Addressing a military drill, named Grandsons of Taharqa, in Shendi city, the Northern State, Gen. Al-Burhan stressed that the Armed Forces will stand alongside the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok.

 He pointed out that the Armed Forces is following up and monitoring the events taking place in the political arena, adding that it does not fear to impose penalties on those who attempt them to tamper with the country's capabilities.

 He said that the responsibility of protecting the homeland and the citizens rests with your Armed Forces, pointing out that whoever doubts about this positive value should go to any of the sites of these men to see and to verify by himself the good deeds of the Armed Forces men.

     He called on the people to stand alongside their Armed Forces, saying that your forces need you to provide them with weapons, knowledge and moral support while they perform the mission entrusted to them.

He noted by saying that he is deluded the one who believes that the command of the Armed Forces suffers from weakness, stressing that the Armed Forces is continuing to realize the goals of the December revolution.

He lauded the Armed Forces men at Fashaga area and west Sudan who are defending the Sudanese territories.

Gen. Al-Burhan has praised the role of training in raising the efficiency of combat, indicating that the command of the Armed Forces will pay all attention to the training process, noting that this training process does not target any party, but rather is aimed to maintaining the readiness of the army.

The conclusion of the military drill of the Sons of Taharqa was attended by the First Vice – President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, and senior commanders of the Armed Forces.

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