German air force planes have evacuated more than 400 people from Sudan during as countries rush to get their citizens.
More than 400 people have been evacuated in four German air force planes from Sudan on Monday, April 24, as other countries also rush to get their citizens out of its capital city of Khartoum.
This move comes after the conflict started between the army in Sudan and a paramilitary group known as Rapid Support Forces (RSF).
Since the conflict started between both sides, thousands of foreigners and diplomats have been stranded in the country.
A statement by Annalena Baerbock, German Foreign Minister, cited by Reuters said that the military planes have evacuated over 300 people so far from an airfield located near Khartoum.
She added that “these included citizens from Germany, Belgium, Britain, the Netherlands, Jordan, and the United States”.
As per Boris Pistorius, German Defence Minister, another plane is also scheduled to land later today, which would increase the total number of people rescued to over 400.
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