Arab intelligence finds surprise in a container moved from Syria en route to Saudi Arabia


The intelligence of an Arab country has found a surprise in an attempt to move from Syria on its way to Saudi Arabia.

The Sudanese newspaper Al-Sudani published a report on the seizure of intelligence of the Sudanese Rapid Support Forces, a huge shipment of narcotic pills, aboard a container coming from Syria en route to Saudi Arabia.

The huge shipment is valued at more than SAR 315 million.

The newspaper quoted a member of the Sovereign Council and the commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (Hamidati), as saying that the process "very qualitative."

"Those involved in this criminal cell have a vast network, including foreigners and Sudanese."

"Sudan has become the shield of the world in the fight against organized transnational crime, including the fight against terrorism, illegal immigration, the drug trade and arms," ​​he said.

"Sudan is now acting on behalf of the world in the fight against this crime."

He called on the international community to support Sudan in the face of transnational crime.

The commander of the RSF said: "We do not have the potential to detect such crimes, which need high techniques and other capabilities."

“We know that this transnational organized crime is a challenge for Sudan, especially as it negatively affects young people and communities,” said General Adil Bashair, Director General of Police.

The Director General of the General Intelligence and Security Service, General Abu Bakr Dumblab, said that the police officer revealed the extent of full coordination between the security system, praising the force that carried out the operation.

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