Người dân Việt Nam được Cứu Hộ từ Khu Vũ Trang ở Sudan

A dual Vietnamese-Australian citizen has been safely rescued from the war zone in Sudan by the Vietnamese embassies in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

Fighting between the RSF and Sudanese army forces broke out last Saturday in the capital Khartoum and several other places,
Fighting between the RSF and Sudanese army forces broke out in the capital Khartoum and several other places in April. Photo: AFP/VNA

The Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt has confirmed the details to Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the 16 Vietnamese crew members who are currently located in Sudan.

The crew members fled Sudan and arrived back home on May 13, according to VOV.

The individual—who had dual Vietnam-Australia citizenship and had lost all of his identification documents and money—was safely returned to Vietnam on May 27th, thanks to the generosity of volunteers who provided him with the necessary resources to make the journey. They gave him a new passport, new clothing, and money to cover the cost of transportation. Thanks to their help, the individual was able to return to his home country with dignity and security.

Dual Vietnamese-Australian Pham Van Khoe (C). (Photo: Vietnamese Embassy in Saudi Arabia)
Dual Vietnamese-Australian Pham Van Khoe (C). Photo: Vietnamese Embassy in Saudi Arabia

At a press conference on April 20, Doan Khac Viet, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated that the Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt—which is also in charge of Sudan—is closely monitoring the situation and is prepared to take necessary citizen protection measures, VietnamPlus reported.

According to CNN, hundreds of people have tragically lost their lives in West Darfur, Sudan, as the conflict between two rival military factions and local militia groups intensifies. The fight for control has caused devastating consequences for those living in the region, leaving many bereaved and destitute.

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The fighting in West Darfur has forced tens of thousands of people to flee across the border to Chad, the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) revealed on Thursday. According to the agency, a total of 60,000 refugees have moved across since the conflict broke out in April.

Vietnamese Citizen Rescued from War Zone in Sudan
Sudan is mired into unrest. Photo: AP.

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Fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Reaction Force in Sudan’s Darfur region has escalated in recent years, involving Arab militias and largely non-Arab African armed groups. Since the beginning of the Darfur conflict in 2003, no resolution has been achieved and the situation continues to deteriorate. Civilians have been the hardest hit, suffering displacement, violence, and other human rights abuses in the midst of the ongoing conflict.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has expressed grave concern over the potential for many children to become victims in the ongoing conflicts, following a report by the World Health Organization (WHO) that at least nine children have died and more than 50 have been injured among the reported casualties.

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