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The Sudanese army said it controls all of the country’s borders.

The Sudanese army said it controls all of the country’s borders.

The Sudanese government army controls all of the country’s borders, Brigadier General Nabil Abdullah, spokesman for the Sudanese army, said.

“We have signed protocols (on cooperation) with the countries, there are (on the borders) joint forces, for example, with Chad, the Central African Republic. There are enough forces on the eastern borders, as well as on the borders with Egypt,” Nabil Abdullah said, answering a question about possible difficulties in controlling the borders of the Sudanese Armed Forces due to the situation in the country.

Since April 15, fighting has been going on in Sudan between the Rapid Reaction Forces under the command of Mohammed Hamdan Daglo and the regular army. The opposing forces in Sudan are exchanging conflicting statements about military successes and control of facilities, launching a large-scale information war in the media and social networks.

According to Sudan’s health minister, the death toll from clashes in the country has risen to 600. World Health Organization spokeswoman Margaret Harris said at a weekly UN briefing in Geneva on April 21 that 413 people were killed and 3,551 were injured.

According to the Sudanese doctors’ union, 256 civilians have been killed and 1,454 injured since the clashes began.