In a written statement from the United Nations (UN) World Food Program (WFP), headquartered in Rome, WFP had to stop its operations in Sudan, where one-third of its population is currently struggling to find enough food, due to conflicts, and said, “The explosion of violence in Sudan, It has the potential to drive millions of people to starvation.” expression was used.
WFP plans to support 7.6 million people in Sudan in 2023, but ongoing conflict has hampered WFP’s critical emergency food deliveries, providing school meals to children and tackling malnutrition.
Reminding that three WFP employees lost their lives in the conflicts in Sudan, the following was noted:
“WFP calls on all parties to the conflict to take urgent steps to ensure the safety of humanitarian workers and protect humanitarian assets and facilities in Sudan. calling to arrive.”
Clashes between army and HDK in Sudan
Armed clashes broke out between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (HDK) on the morning of April 15 in Khartoum and other cities, the capital of Sudan. 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.
The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that the Chairman of the Sovereignty Council and the Commander of the Army, General Abdulfettah al-Burhan, decided to dissolve the HDK, which clashed with the army, and to declare a rebel force against the state, and that they would act on this basis.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), announced yesterday that the number of people who lost their lives due to the ongoing conflict in Sudan has risen to 300.
The UN-affiliated World Food Program (WFP) announced that 3 of its personnel lost their lives in the ongoing conflicts in Sudan and announced that it had suspended its operations.