Khartoum: The civil war between the country’s army and the rebel paramilitary force intensified in Sudan, prompting the safe return of foreign diplomats and citizens to their homeland.
According to the World News Agency, Saudi Arabia and the United States recalled about 90 diplomats and their families and citizens from Sudan by air, land and sea.
Similarly, many European and African countries, including France, Great Britain and Germany, also withdrew their diplomatic staff and citizens from Sudan, whose total number is 200.
Thousands of Americans and citizens of other countries with dual citizenship are still stuck in Sudan and steps are being taken to return them.
The spokesperson of the United Nations has said that due to the ongoing civil war in Sudan, 20,000 people illegally crossed the border to neighboring Chad and were forced to take refuge in camps.
It should be noted that despite the three-day ceasefire between the warring groups on Eid, the series of bloody clashes continues, in which more than 400 people have been killed and around 5,000 injured so far.