The Libyan-Sudanese joint forces find 20 bodies in the border area between the two countries.Pulbished on:
Tripoli, August 13, 2022 (LANA) - The Sudanese-Libyan joint forces managed to rescue 8 citizens and found 20 bodies on the desert of the common border between Libya and Sudan.
The Sudanese News Agency quoted the commander of the Sudanese-Libyan joint forces, Colonel "Ali Muhammad Taha", as confirming that after information received by the Sudanese-Libyan joint forces in Dongola and searches, 20 of them were found dead in the desert.
"Taha" added that the joint forces were able to rescue 8 people and provide them with first aid and possible assistance, and they are now in full health, praising the efforts and vigilance of the Sudanese-Libyan joint forces and their keenness to combat the phenomenon of illegal immigration, human trafficking and evasion.
He said that the watchful eye and the faithful hand to secure the border strip and confront all forms of cross-border crimes will remain, according to what was published by the Sudanese News Agency on its website.
The Sudanese military official warned of the dangers of the phenomenon of illegal immigration to the security and safety of society, stressing that this work is added to the record of the repeated achievements of the Sudanese-Libyan joint forces.
He also saluted the cooperation of the Libyan authorities with the Sudanese forces in order to secure the borders between the two countries and combat the crimes of illegal immigration, human trafficking and smuggling of all kinds.
... (LANA) .