Great Britain has successfully evacuated its diplomatic staff from Sudan through a special military operation, the British Foreign Minister, James Cleverly, announced on Sunday, quoted by The Guardian newspaper.
Britain has evacuated its diplomatic staff from Sudan
James Claverly admitted that British citizens remained in Sudan, but explained that the diplomats were evacuated urgently because of specific threats, according to The Guardian newspaper.
“The British forces carried out a complex and rapid military operation”, said Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, for his part.
But the Labor opposition demanded explanations from the Conservative Government in relation to the management of the crisis in Sudan. “It is a legitimate question why our Government does not act in the same way as other governments,” said a leader of the Labor Party, Jon Ashworth, quoted by The Independent newspaper.
“Clearly, we have to make sure that we support British citizens,” replied Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden, without specifying whether a repatriation operation would be organized.
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