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Sudan Withdrew 10,000 Troops From Saudi-led Coalition Forces In Yemen

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Sudan Withdrew 10,000 Troops From Saudi-led Coalition Forces In Yemen

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On December 8, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok that his country had reduced the number of troops it has in Yemen from a peak of 15,000 to 5,000. These troops were deployed in Yemen as a part of the Saudi-led coalition and were involved in the fight against the Houthis (Ansar Allah).

“Regarding Yemen we said that there is no military solution and there must be a political solution,” Hamdok told media.

Sudan is an important part of the Saudi-led invading force and its troops have been deployed in Yemen since 2015. The public shift of Sudan’s stance towards the conflict indicates the ongoing collapse of the Saudi influence in the region.

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Hornet24

Many of them was been withdraw by Houthis :P

Garga

Aren’t they going to be sent to Libya to back another puppet, Haftar?

FlorianGeyer

A lot of the Sudanese mercs need to finish their schooling first :)

Garga

There is no good guys in the Libyan conflict my friend, all sides are taking orders from foreigners. God show mercy on it’s people.

Icarus Tanović

They were there from the beginning? I never knew that. Definitely Saudi hegemony is crumbling and it is very clear that it has almost become Vietnam for savage Wahhabis, or Saudis if you wish.

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