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    Sudan airport at risk amidst fighting: AU considers deploying troops or contractors

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – The African Union (AU) is set to decide on who should secure the Khartoum airport in Sudan amidst fighting in the country’s capital that has made it impossible for anyone to fly in. The decision is aimed at ensuring the safety of humanitarian workers and African and international officials who are eager to provide help and support to the people of Sudan.

    According to sources, the AU is currently evaluating different proposals from member states on how to secure the airport. Among the options being considered are the deployment of African peacekeeping troops, the use of private security contractors, and the involvement of the Sudanese military.

    The decision is critical as the airport is the main gateway for aid workers and officials traveling to and from Sudan. The current situation has hindered the delivery of much-needed aid to the country, which has been grappling with a humanitarian crisis following months of unrest and violence.

    Moreover, the conflict has escalated further, with reports of clashes between government forces and rebel groups in the country’s north. The AU’s decision is therefore crucial to ensure the safety of not only those traveling to Sudan but also the local population.

    “We have been closely monitoring the situation in Sudan and hold the safety and well-being of all those involved in high regard. The decision on how to secure the airport is therefore a critical one that must take into account all the different factors at play,” said an AU official.

    Reactions from industry experts have been mixed, with some advocating for the deployment of peacekeeping troops, while others have called for the use of private security contractors. However, all agree that the safety of those traveling to Sudan must be the top priority.

    “The situation in Sudan is dire, and we need to act fast to provide the necessary support to the people. The decision on how to secure the airport must be made with the utmost urgency, and we hope that the AU will consider all the available options carefully,” said a humanitarian worker.

    In conclusion, the AU’s decision on how to secure the Khartoum airport will have far-reaching implications for the people of Sudan. It is essential that all parties involved work together to ensure the safety and well-being of all those traveling to the country.

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