Sudan and Chad have deployed joint border force
The leadership of the Chadian-Sudanese joint forces is proceeding with the implementation of the security protocol signed between the two countries, as required, along the common border. Brigadier General Ahmed Mohamed Awad El Karim, the overall commander the Chadian-Sudanese force, said that these forces are now deployed in various locations to implement the terms of the security protocol signed between the two countries. Chad and Sudan had agreed that the joint force will be led by a Sudanese general for the first six months, and headquartered for that time in the town of El Geneina in West Darfur. The force is supposed to be made up of 3.000 men. It is designed as an observation and confidence-building mission. The two countries agreed to end hostilities in January of this year.
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