Russia requested a fuel supply point in the Red Sea from Sudan 20:59

Russia asked Sudan for a fuel and lubricants supply point in the Red Sea in exchange for arms supplies. TV channel reports this al ArabiyaHe is referring to the deputy head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council.

“Russia demanded a refueling point in the Red Sea in exchange for providing us with weapons,” the journalists said.

The source said that the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, “will soon sign agreements with Russia.”

Sudanese authorities in April decided About the ban on the work of popular Arab channels Al Arabiya and Al Hadath, as well as the Sky News channel in the country, due to violations of journalistic ethics. The relevant decree was signed by the Minister of Culture and Information of the Republic, Graham Abdel Ghadir.

In March, Mohammed Fattah al-Burhan Rahman, son of Sudan’s Interim Sovereign Council President Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, hospitalized After the motorcycle accident that occurred in Ankara

Previously Russian President Vladimir Putin saidWhat do Africa and Russia have in common?

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