The number of people leaving their homes due to the ongoing internal conflicts in Sudan is increasing day by day.
In the statement made by the United Nations (UN) International Organization for Migration (IOM), it was reported that more than 700,000 people have been displaced in Sudan since the conflict began on April 15.
It was stated that the number of Sudanese displaced in the country exceeded 340 thousand in the past days, it was stated that more than 150 thousand people crossed the border and these numbers could increase even more.
On April 15, clashes broke out in Sudan between the army led by General Abdulfettah al-Burhan, Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), led by the council’s vice president, General Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo.
Al-Burhan states that the RSF, which was established to fight the rebels, should join the army in order to prevent it from acting as an independent force, while Dagalo argues that this should be done with a civilian administration.
In the latest statement made in the internal conflicts in Sudan, the loss of life reached 550 and the number of injured reached 4 thousand 926.