A large number of Egyptians will arrive home through a ship moved on Monday to evacuate the Egyptians from Sudan, she added.
Over two says (April 19 and 30), a total of 561 Egyptian citizens in Sudan returned home through the land crossings between Egypt and Sudan.
The Ministry called upon those who are currently in the base to leave it as early as possible and to go to one of the three following areas: the Egyptian Consulate in Port Sudan, the Qastal border crossing, and Arqin border crossing.
The ministry indicated that 436 citizens had been evacuated through urban crossings. The figure could be changed as the evacuation process is still ongoing until the time of writing this article.
Borrell voiced EU support for Egypt’s efforts, affirming the EU’s keenness to coordinate with Egypt during the coming period to stop the military operations in Sudan and avoid further deterioration in the security situation.
Antonio Guterres said that he is keen to communicate with President Sisi in light of Egypt’s active and pivotal role in maintaining security and stability in the region, especially with regard to supporting the transitional path in Sudan.
In a tweet, Egyptian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid said that the missions from Al-Azhar, the Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation, the National Bank, other Egyptian consulates in Port Sudan and Wadi Halfa, the Egyptian private sector companies, EgyptAir staff and the Middle East News Agency staff are safe.
Egypt’s Embassy in Khartoum asked Egyptian expats in Sudan on Saturday to exercise maximum caution, stay away from areas of tension, reduce unnecessary movements, and stay at home until the situation stabilizes, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Following two days of clashes that killed almost 200 soldiers early last week, the two sides agreed a ceasefire, brokered by Russia, to end hostilities, though the situation on the border has remained tense.
Guterres, in the statement carried by Libya Al Ahrar, called for an immediate cessation of violence in Tripoli and urged the Libyan parties to engage in a genuine dialogue to address the ongoing political impasse and not to use force to resolve their differences.
Fierce fighting erupted in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, at the evening on Friday hours and lasted for several hours on the following day as the rival factions exchanged heavy fire and several big explosions occurred across the city.
Bashagha’s office said he and his ministers left Tripoli later Tuesday “for the sake of the security and safety of citizens and to stop the bloodshed.”
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on November 8.
During a protest was called for by Hezbollah and Amal movement, five people were killed and more than 30 others were injured in gunfire that erupted in the Tayouneh area.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Saturday a phone call from Pakistani counterpart Shah Qureshi who expressed appreciation and support.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Friday a phone call from Tunisian counterpart Othman Jerandi as they examined efforts deployed to end the Israeli aggression and clashes on Palestinian territories.
The United Nations indicated Friday that Israeli strikes incurred the destruction of 200 residential units in Gaza Strip as well as 31 educational establishments.
The injuries were caused by rubber bullets, stun grenades, and beating up.
The clashes took place in Oromiya Special Zone, an area in Amhara with a majority Oromo population, and the town of Ataye.
Those were killed in clashes southern Tripoli.