Kuala Lumpur, 18 April 2023 (TDI): The government of Malaysia is making every possible effort to ensure the safety of Malaysians in Sudan and return them safely following the country’s war.

The Foreign Ministry of Malaysia has launched “Operation Sudan,” which is on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The “Operation Sudan” Special Team, joined by many government agencies, has undertaken meticulous preparations and plans to safeguard Malaysians’ safety and welfare in Sudan at all times.

The situation in Sudan is said to be very difficult, with combat between the two opposing sides continuing to be strong, particularly in crucial regions of Khartoum.

The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) took Khartoum International Airport, which has yet to reopen, making it impossible to arrange for the departure of immigrants from many countries, including Malaysia.

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Foreign Ministry of Malaysia has also contacted numerous friendly nations, including Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), China, the United States (US), and the United Nations (UN), to assist in transferring Malaysians out of Sudan organization press.

The Malaysian Embassy in Khartoum also advised all 29 Malaysians to remain in their separate locations to guarantee the safety of themselves and their family members.

Foreign Ministry of Malaysia works with other government agencies such as the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA), the National Security Council (MKN), and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM)

To ensure the safety of Malaysians in Sudan and to return them to their homeland as soon as conditions allow.

This Special Team is working closely with the Malaysian Embassy in Khartoum to determine the most secure way to boost the delivery of necessities, including food and medication, to all Sudanese citizens.

This Special Team is collaborating with the Malaysian Embassy in Khartoum to establish the safest method of increasing the distribution of essentials, such as food and medication, to all Sudanese residents.

Malaysia hopes that the leaders of these two factions would heed the world community’s demand to end the violence immediately and return to the negotiating table to reach an agreement to handle any concerns or disagreements that may emerge.