Dakar, Senegal – (African Boulevard News) – Amidst the escalating unrest in Sudan, Dakar has successfully evacuated around twenty Senegalese and Bissau-Guineans from the country. The conflict in Sudan has sparked chaos between the armed groups, leaving many nationals entrapped in the crossfire.
The evacuation of the citizens was made possible through the collaborative efforts of the Senegalese and Bissau-Guinean embassies in Sudan. The successful evacuation was a relief to the families and loved ones of the evacuees.
“Our embassy has been working tirelessly to ensure the safe evacuation of our citizens. Our primary concern is the welfare of our people, and we wanted to get them out of the country as soon as possible,” said the Senegalese Ambassador to Sudan.
In the past few weeks, the conflict in Sudan has escalated significantly, leaving many people stranded due to the closure of borders and limited access to basic necessities such as food and water. Hundreds of people have lost their lives in the conflict, and the numbers continue to rise.
According to the Bissau-Guinean Ambassador to Sudan, the evacuation was successful due to the cooperation between the two embassies and the Sudanese government.
“Our embassy worked closely with the Senegalese embassy in Sudan to evacuate our nationals. We are grateful for the support we received from the Sudanese government, which facilitated the evacuation process,” said the Bissau-Guinean Ambassador.
The conflict in Sudan has affected many people, including foreign nationals, who have been unable to leave the country due to the violence and instability. However, the evacuation of the Senegalese and Bissau-Guineans signals a ray of hope for those trapped in Sudan.
The governments of Senegal and Bissau-Guinea are closely monitoring the situation in Sudan and are urging their citizens to avoid non-essential travel to the affected areas.
“We advise our citizens to avoid travelling to the affected areas in Sudan. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and provide updates as necessary,” said the Senegalese Ambassador.
The successful evacuation of the twenty Senegalese and Bissau-Guineans is a testament to the diplomatic relations between the countries involved. The efforts put in by the embassies and the Sudanese government ensured the safe evacuation of the citizens.
As the conflict in Sudan continues, it is essential for governments and organizations to work together to provide support and assistance to those affected. The evacuation of the Senegalese and Bissau-Guineans from Sudan is a significant step towards ensuring the safety and wellbeing of foreign nationals.