The continuation of the conflicts in Sudan moved Washington.
In the US media, it was claimed that the State Department informed Congress that the security situation in Sudan no longer allowed the orderly evacuation of the Khartoum Embassy, that the Khartoum Airport was closed and damaged, and that a military evacuation would be required.
While the State Department did not make any statement on this issue, the Department of Defense (Pentagon) announced that some plans were made for the possible evacuation of the embassy in Khartoum.
Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Phil Ventura said, “The Department of Defense, through US Africa Command, is monitoring the situation in Sudan and carefully planning for various contingencies. In this context, additional capabilities are deployed in the region to take action when necessary to ensure the safe departure of US Embassy personnel from Sudan.” used the phrases.
Ventura declined to elaborate on possible planning and deployment, citing security concerns.
Some sources speaking to the American media also suggested that the United States is planning to deploy troops to Djibouti.