Millions at Risk of Hunger as Violence Escalates in Sudan

WHO Raises Concerns as Diplomatic Ties with Sudan Temporarily Suspended and Countries Evacuate Citizens Amidst Ongoing Conflict.

Millions at Risk of Hunger as Violence Escalates in Sudan
Millions at Risk of Hunger as Violence Escalates in Sudan

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has expressed concerns that millions of people may hunger as a result of the ongoing violence in Sudan, which has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of civilians.

Following the announcement by the US president that a special operation to evacuate US diplomats and their families from the capital city of Khartoum had been successful, diplomatic ties with Sudan have been temporarily suspended.

Other countries are also examining the prospect of airlifting their own citizens out of Khartoum Airport in reaction to the issue, including Great Britain, France, and China. South Korea and Japan are apparently considering the potential of deploying soldiers to nearby nations.

Both the defence and foreign ministries of Germany have spoken about the likely removal of their own citizens and diplomatic personnel from Sudan.

Foreigners are frantically fleeing as tensions continue to rise in the second week of the war between the Sudanese army and a paramilitary organisation.

Numerous people from different countries are ready to depart the country as a result of the continuous violence as the situation remains tense.

In summary, the situation in Sudan is still catastrophic, with a raging humanitarian catastrophe endangering the lives of millions of people and a continuous battle.

While the US and Sudan’s diplomatic ties are still on hold, other countries are rushing to remove their own citizens and look into the possibility of sending soldiers to the area.

As the world waits to see how events in Sudan will play out, the upcoming days and weeks will unquestionably be a pivotal time.

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