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Sudan asks the UAE to return its sons it recruited to fight from Libya.

Sudanese Minister of Information Faisal Saleh said on Wednesday that his country asked the Emirates to return its citizens who were sent to Libya.

Saleh added, in a press conference held in Khartoum, that the UAE was asked to respond immediately and return the Sudanese who want to return voluntarily to their country, pointing out that a number of them returned from the UAE camps, while the status of the rest is being followed up, according to the Anatolia news agency.

It is worth noting that Sudanese citizens demonstrated in front of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UAE embassy in Khartoum, denouncing that Abu Dhabi sent their children to fight in Libya instead of working in the field of security services in the UAE, according to contracts concluded with them by an Emirati company.

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