Speaking to Sputnik, today, Wednesday, he said that the visit made by the President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to Libya will certainly have results and coordination of positions, as Libya is also suffering from the attack it is exposed to from the eastern side, led by Major General Retired Haftar, who is affiliated with the Gaddafi regime. Abdel Ati added, “Therefore, I say that the militia that is fighting the army in Sudan (the Rapid Support) is met by militias also operating in eastern Libya, and therefore the legitimate authorities in both Libya and Sudan are working to combat these armed movements and those militias that They threaten security and peace in the two countries and even in the entire Arab region, especially the North African countries, starting with Egypt and ending with Morocco. The Sudanese leader indicated that these militias undoubtedly represent a threat to Arab security and peace and to societal cohesion after they spread corruption and chaos in both Libya and Sudan. Its actions also led to the collapse of security and insecurity. Abdel Ati explained that with regard to Libya’s invitation to Hemedti to visit it, “I believe that this visit will not be of much use, and I do not believe that Hemedti, who is involved in all these wars and violations, can come to Libya or be there.” Any positive results of his visit, especially since there are doubts about Hemedti and his relationship with many African countries that support the militias, and this will certainly be a thousand accounts by Hamidi and by the Libyan authorities as well.” The Sudanese leader pointed out that the visits that Al-Burhan makes to each of Algeria, Libya, and within hours in Egypt, it will have a major positive impact on the crisis situation in Sudan, and its impact will also extend to besieging the rebel militias and eliminating them completely and ending their threat to the security and peace of the country and in the north of the African continent. Rather, it threatens all Arab security and peace, and its impact may extend to a threat. International peace and security. Last Monday, Al-Burhan arrived in Tripoli on a visit to Libya, his first since assuming the presidency of the Sovereignty Council in Sudan on August 21, 2019. He held a meeting with the President of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Manfi, and the Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdel Hamid Al-Dabaiba. The President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council is accompanied on this visit by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Director-General of the General Intelligence Service. Since mid-April, Sudan has witnessed a war between the army and the Rapid Support Forces that has claimed the lives of more than 13,000 people, according to the Armed Conflict Location Data Project. And its events.” The armed conflict taking place in the Sudanese capital and its surrounding areas has caused the displacement of about 7.5 million people inside and outside the country, according to the United Nations.