Pakistani Nationals Evacuated Safely Amidst Sudan's Political Unrest

As political tensions continue to escalate in Sudan, the Foreign Office (FO) of Pakistan has announced that 427 Pakistani nationals have been safely evacuated from the country and arrived at the port. This comes as the FO spokesperson revealed that the Foreign Ministry is working closely with foreign missions to provide relief to Pakistani citizens who are currently stuck in Sudan.

In collaboration with the Pakistani embassy in Sudan, arrangements are being made to ensure the safe return of Pakistani nationals who are currently present at the Sudan port. The embassy is also in constant contact with the approximately 1,500 Pakistani citizens residing in Sudan, providing them with all necessary facilities and support.

Despite the ongoing conflict between Sudan’s army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which has disrupted the internationally-backed plan for a transition to a civilian democracy four years after the fall of Omar al-Bashir, the Pakistani government remains committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of its citizens in Sudan. To this end, the embassy has even created a WhatsApp group to stay in touch with Pakistani nationals who were advised to stay at home.

In these difficult times, it is essential that governments and foreign missions work together to provide support and assistance to those who need it most. As Pakistan continues to monitor the situation in Sudan, we hope that all Pakistani nationals in the country will remain safe and well.

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