UK: No guarantee that evacuations will continue once ceasefire ends in Sudan

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly made a statement to MPs in the British parliament regarding the latest developments in Sudan and the efforts to evacuate British citizens from this country.

Pointing out that hundreds of Sudanese have been killed since the conflict began in Sudan, Cleverly said, “This is a massive tragedy that has the potential to destabilize not only Sudan but the wider region.” used the phrase.

Noting that 536 British citizens had been evacuated from Sudan as of last night, Cleverly said, “No one can predict the situation on the ground when the ceasefire ends.” said.

Minister Cleverly therefore called on British citizens in Sudan to go to the airport north of the capital Khartoum today.

Stating that his country will try to continue the evacuation of British citizens after the ceasefire ends, Cleverly said, “We cannot guarantee that we can do this.” he said.

“We will continue to engage with our international partners to extend the ceasefire and put a lasting end to violence,” British Minister Cleverly said. he said.

Response to allegations that Germany accuses Britain of ‘delaying evacuations from Sudan’

Regarding the allegations that “Germany accuses the UK of ‘delaying evacuations from Sudan’,” Minister Cleverly said he did not believe that any flight had a negative or affecting effect on others. James Cleverly stated that the UK works in good cooperation with its German counterparts.

Top German political sources had brought forward the allegation that the British mission to remove embassy personnel led to the temporary blockade of the airport near the capital Khartoum.

German sources claimed that British forces landed without the consent of the Sudanese army, which angered the army and blocked access to the area.

However, a source from the British Foreign Office told Sky News, “We are in contact, either directly or through intermediaries, with two groups in Sudan who are aware of our operation to evacuate British citizens.” had made a statement.

Clashes between army and HDK in Sudan

Armed clashes broke out between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary force HDK on the morning of April 15 in the capital of Sudan, Khartoum and other cities.

The disagreement between the army and the HDK regarding the military security reform, which envisages “the full participation of the HDK in the army”, had turned into a hot conflict in the last few months.

Sudan’s Ministry of Health reported that 512 people were killed and 4,193 injured in the clashes between the army and the HDK that started on April 15th.

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