Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – People from various nationalities have gathered at the Port Sudan airport, anxious to board British military planes that are heading to Larnaca, Cyprus. The evacuation process, which began on Monday, May 2nd, is aimed at removing foreign nationals from the volatile African nation, which has been embroiled in a crisis for several months.
The decision to evacuate foreign nationals came after a wave of unrest and violence hit Sudan, with several cities being subjected to mass protests and violence for weeks on end. Many countries have issued warnings to their citizens, urging them to leave the country for their own safety.
Hundreds of people were seen queuing up at the airport to board the British military plane, with many expressing their relief at being able to leave the country. “I am so grateful to be able to leave this unsafe country and return to my homeland, where I will be safe,” said one evacuee.
The evacuation process has been praised by experts as a necessary step to safeguard the lives of foreign nationals who may be caught up in the ongoing conflict in Sudan. However, there are concerns that not all foreign nationals will be able to leave the country due to limited flights and other logistical issues.
“The evacuation of foreign nationals is a critical step towards protecting their safety and well-being. However, it is important to ensure that all those who need to leave the country can do so,” said an expert.
The evacuation process is expected to continue until all foreign nationals who wish to leave Sudan have been evacuated. Meanwhile, the Sudanese government has assured the public that it is doing all it can to restore order and ensure the safety of all citizens and foreign nationals in the country.
In conclusion, the evacuation process is a much-needed step towards safeguarding the lives of foreign nationals in Sudan. It is hoped that the evacuation process will be completed quickly and efficiently, with all foreign nationals who wish to leave being given the opportunity to do so. The Sudanese government must continue its efforts to restore peace and stability in the country to ensure the safety and well-being of all its citizens and foreign nationals.