The Sudanese Director-General of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), Lt Gen. Mohammed Atta said that the Decisive Summer Operations against armed rebels will go on; disclosing that this year will be the last year for rebellion in the country.
Gen. Atta, meanwhile, said the elections held mid April were calmly and transparently conducted and without problems albeit spreading of rumors.
Addressing graduation ceremony of batch(79) and (5) of NISS elements at Karari Saturday, the NISS Director-General hailed participation of people of Sudan in the elections, pointing out that the coming stage is important for it will be a stage of construction , comprehensive development and national dialogue.
He said that the Armed Forces began new stage in South Kurdofan to eleminate rebellion and protect the people, referring to extensive operations being conducted by the Rapid Support Forces in the Darfur States to eradicate rebellion there, calling on opposition to listen to peace calls and join processes of peace and construction.
Gen. Atta went to stress that Sudanâ€™s external relations, especially with friendly and sisterly countries, remarkably improved and that has weaken morale of those depend on foreign embargo to weaken the State.
He underlined, in signal to aggressions recently committed by rebels against armless citizens in South Kurdofan State, that such aggressions would not halt progress of development, stressing that the elections have safely and calmly ended.
Gen. Atta refuted allegations circulated by some quarters that NISS has arrested some activists during the elections, asserting that NISS did not arrest any body.