Khartoum, Sudan.- (African Boulevard News) – The Egyptian Foreign Ministry announced on Sunday the beginning of evacuating Egyptians from safe areas in Sudan in coordination with the Sudanese authorities. This move comes as part of the efforts of the Egyptian state to implement the evacuation plan for its citizens from Sudan.
Evacuation Plan for Egyptians
The ministry revealed in a press statement that the Egyptians who will be evacuated were asked to head to Egypt’s consulate in Khartoum, Port Sudan, or the consular office in Wadi Halfa in northern Sudan for the beginning of their trip home.
The evacuation plan was spurred by the recent security situation in Sudan, which left many Egyptians stranded in the country, unable to leave safe areas.
Sudan’s Security Situation
Sudan has been through a turbulent security situation in recent years, with political instability and violence against civilians causing chaos and hardships across the country.
The Sudanese government has been working to combat the violence and restore peace and stability in the country, but the task has not been an easy one.
This has created a difficult environment for foreigners, including Egyptians, who have been living and working in Sudan.
The ministry also highlighted the coordination efforts between Egypt and Sudan to ensure the safety of Egyptians living in Sudan.
Both countries have been working together closely to provide aid and assistance to Egyptians who are stranded or affected by the security situation in Sudan.
This evacuation plan is just one example of the coordination efforts between the two countries to ensure the safety of their citizens.
As the security situation in Sudan continues to be a cause for concern, the evacuation plan for Egyptians is a welcome move. It provides much-needed support to those who have been affected by the situation and offers a path for them to return to their homes in Egypt.
The coordination efforts between Egypt and Sudan are also encouraging, with both countries working together to ensure the safety and well-being of their citizens.