Military source: Emirati forces preparing to leave Aden and Sudanese troops left the city yesterday evening

Military source: Emirati forces preparing to leave Aden and Sudanese troops left the city yesterday evening


A military source told Al-Masdar Online that Emirati forces will begin to leave a number of military positions in the southern city of Aden and the cities of Al-Mocha and Al-Khokha (west). According to the source, the moves are part of a supposed plan to redeploy Saudi-sponsored military forces, which have been leading the Arab coalition against the Houthis since March 2015.

The military source reported that military units including soldiers, vehicles and military vehicles began to move towards the port of Oil, but the source said that the UAE forces located in the south and west of the country did not leave completely, pointing out that there are Emirati forces still present in the Arab Coalition camp in Buraiqa west the southern city.

The same source said that Sudanese forces stationed at the headquarters of the coalition forces and al-Anad military base in Aden and Lahj provinces (in the south of the country) left the port of oil on Monday evening without specifying where they left.

The source said that a force of the Sudanese army comprising a number of soldiers with their vehicles and some military vehicles began to leave the city of Aden through the port of Oil, but the source did not indicate where it left, but said that it is possible that the Sudanese forces will join the UAE forces in any joint missions for the two sides within any redeployment in the coming days.

It is noteworthy that the Sudanese force, which left Aden yesterday evening, was previously stationed in the headquarters of the Arab Coalition, Camp Bir Ahmed and a number of military positions of the coalition in the areas of the west coast of the country and the Sudanese forces are carrying out training and supervisory tasks in the former positions where they were stationed while some units were carrying out security tasks for UAE forces in some locations.


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