The CST has been in power in Sudan since the coup led by General Abdel Fattah al Burhan on October 25 last year.
Upon his arrival last night in Moscow, Daglo supported Putin’s decision to recognize the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, whose independence, declared in 2014, was recognized this week by Russia, and who asked the Kremlin for help to repel Ukraine’s aggression.
Quoted by the Sudantribune website, the general, known as Hemetti and who is the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, expressed hope that the Russian-Ukrainian conflict will be solved peacefully and war will be avoided.
“As for Russia, it has the right to act in the interests of its citizens and to protect its people. This is its right according to the Constitution and the law,” he stressed.