Which Russian forces are accused of being involved in the conflict in Sudan?

Bulsha:- WASHINGTON - Different media reported that Yevgeny Prigozhin, the commander of specially trained forces supported by the Russian government, offered weapons to one of the parties fighting in Sudan.

Since the start of the war in Sudan, at the beginning of this month of April, there have been unconfirmed reports and also diplomatic sources who have spoken to news agencies, which say that the fighters of Wagner's army in Russia are supporting the military-trained forces in Sudan. helping them with a weapon box.

Cameron Hudson, a former official of the US Department of State, and now a member of the CSIS strategic center, told VOA that Wagner's forces are deploying to Sudan, the weapons that can be easily carried, intended for air defense, cruise missiles. shooting, and various other weapons.

The RSF has denied receiving support from Russia.

However, since the news that the Wagner group in Russia has sided with them, experts are warning that foreign intervention in the conflict in Sudan has worsened the situation in the country, citing as an example, the record the group's negative views on the abuses they have been involved in on the African continent.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday that the issues related to the involvement of this group in the conflict in Sudan is a matter for the leadership of the African continent.

Senior US officials are deeply concerned about the involvement of the Wagner Group in the conflict in Sudan, where the group is engaged in activities related to the extraction of minerals.

White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said the group's involvement has the potential to fuel the conflict.

General Abdel Fattah Burhan, who is the commander of the armed forces of Sudan, and General Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, known as Hemedti, who is the commander of the RSF forces, are in control of the country.

General Mohammed Hamdan is said to have traveled to Moscow shortly after Russia attacked Ukraine last year, seeking the support of the Wagner Group.

Jacqueline Burns, senior policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, a global policy research organization, said Russia's support for Hemati means Russia is protecting its interests.

This report was written by Salem Solomon and contributed by Patsy Widakuswara and Cindy Saine.

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