The current conflict in North Sudan is reported to involve three Arab nations: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
After President Omar Al-Bashir’s regime was overthrown in 2019, nations like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates started providing financial support to the military government headed by two generals, Gens. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdane Daglo, also known as “Gen Hemedti.”.Due to the interests of each of these nations in North Sudan, including those related to the economy, security, and others, a grant in the amount of $3 billion has been handed to the Government of the Generals.
Despite the fact that these nations have divergent objectives in regard to Sudan, some have chosen to get in touch with Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the Greek Torture, while others have chosen to get in touch with Gen. Mohamed Hamdane Daglo, his deputy. After collaborating to overthrow the Omar Al Bashil government for a while in 2019, Gen Abdel Fattah al-Burhan went to Egypt, while Gen Mohamed Hamdane Daglo went to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates should lend them a helping hand.
While in charge of Sudan, these generals traveled to other nations and staged rallies, calling on the military to rejoin the civilian government and denouncing the support these nations are providing the military government with financially. The Sudanese people claim that Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates are supporting the Generals in order to keep the military in charge of the country’s administration.
Gen. Mohamed Hamdane Daglo was backed by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates were said to be involved in the conspiracy that deposed the Transitional Government of Abdallah Hamdok in October 2021 under the direction of Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdane Daglo.
United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. They demonstrated their support for Gen. Daglo, who is 43 years old and shares the same age as Saudi Arabia’s King Mohammed Ben S alman and the United Arab Emirates’ Mohammed Ben Zayed. While President Omar Al Bashil already had a relationship that was not with them, this led them to view him as a person who could unite the same direction in the international politics of the Arab countries. The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, are interested in investing in the gold mines of North Sudan in addition to their existing ventures in Africa, particularly in the Arab nations. The markets of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates want to remain and grow in Sudan.
Egypt counts Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan as a steadfast ally.