More than 15 humanitarian workers have been killed since the war started on April 15 in Sudan. Many NGOs and United Nation agencies also suspended their work in the country amid fighting situations.
The World Health Organizations said, more than 600 people have been killed and 5000 wounded in the fighting. More than 450 people are also killed in the Westeen Darfur Region.
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According to United Nation figures, many people have fled Khartoum and Darfur leading to 700,000 people being internally displaced and 150,000 refugees entering neighbouring states.
Saudi & US Declarations
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said that talks and commitment to protect civilians are first step and other steps will follow. The most important thing is to adhere what was agreed upon.
He said, ‘The Kingdom will work until security and stability return to Sudan and its brotherly people’. A senior US department also said that, a declaration signed will also improve the flow of humanitarian releif and start restoring water & electricity services.
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A lot of Western countries also condemned the abuses going on in Sudan, destroying all the human rights. Sudan Envoy also replied to comments saying, it is ‘An internal affair’ of a country and nobody is allowed to comment on it.