Hours after the embassies of Kuwait and Jordan were attacked and looted, the Sudanese army confirmed today (Tuesday) that the circumstances of the war prevented the security forces from providing protection for diplomatic missions, refusing to hold it responsible for the looting of embassies in Sudan.
The army said in a statement: Accusing the Rapid Support Forces of attacking embassies is based on reports and eyewitness accounts.
Clashes renewed between the two conflicting forces in the capital, Khartoum, today (Tuesday), and explosions were heard in several separate areas.
Yesterday, the embassies of Kuwait and Jordan were attacked and looted, and the foreign ministries of the two countries expressed their condemnation of the attacks on their embassies in Khartoum.
A video clip circulating on the communication sites showed a mass exit of the Rapid Support Forces from the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, in addition to arrests against members of the Rapid Support Forces.