The National Security and Intelligence Service in Ksala has seized large amounts of foodstuffs on its way to neighboring countries, including fruit, corn, milk, fuel, medical medicines and spare parts, on its way to neighboring countries. The operation took place after the state of emergency was declared in Kassala.
Kassala state police chief Major General Yahya al-Hadi Sulaiman said Wednesday’s crime was a crime of stabbing the economy of the country and that he was suffering from a series of injuries.
“The crime is a sufficient answer to a question that has remained, why has the border now been closed with Eritrea?” He expected that the perpetrators would receive deterrent punishment.
In turn, Wali Kassala, Adam Adam Adam, said that the state entered into a state of emergency and remained all the security services in the state, and the security apparatus is a victory for the people of Sudan and the national economy.
He said the state has been hit hard by the smuggling of food. “It is now clear that Sudan has great capabilities and resources,” he said. “Sudan appoints all neighboring countries.”
“Kassala has benefited most from the State of Emergency Declaration, most notably the seizure of the attempted smuggling of goods.
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