On Wednesday, the "protectors of the Nile" military maneuvers between the Sudanese and Egyptian armies began in multiple regions in Sudan, according to our correspondent in Khartoum, which will continue until May 31.
The military training aims to confirm the level of readiness and readiness of the joint forces and increase the training experiences of the armed forces of both countries. The training comes as a continuation of the previous series of exercises such as "Nile Eagles 1" and "Nile Eagles 2". These exercises aim to exchange military expertise, enhance cooperation and unify working methods to confront any of the expected threats to the two countries
Source: Sky News Arabia