Sunak shared on Twitter that the British armed forces completed the rapid evacuation of British diplomats and their families in Sudan at a time when violence and threats to embassy personnel have increased significantly.
“I appreciate the determination of our diplomats and the courage of the military personnel who carried out this difficult operation,” Sunak said. used the phrase.
Stating that they continue to try every possible way to stop the bloodshed in Sudan and ensure the safety of British citizens remaining in the country, Sunak said, “I call on the parties to lay down their arms and implement a humanitarian ceasefire immediately so that civilians can leave the conflict zones.” used the phrase.
“The safety of British citizens is our top priority”
Foreign Minister James Cleverly also shared on Twitter that the UK has evacuated its embassy staff from Sudan due to the increasing threats against foreign diplomats.
Emphasizing that their top priority remains the safety of British citizens, Cleverly said, “We are working day and night to provide international support to stop the bloodshed in Sudan.” used the phrase.
Defense Minister Ben Wallace also stated that the British armed forces carried out a military operation with the USA, France and other allies this morning, noting that British embassy personnel and their dependents were evacuated from Khartoum due to the increasing threats.