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Terrifying Sudan Conflict: RTA Greenlit for Thailand Citizen Evacuation Mission Amid Gunfire Carnage!

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The Prime Minister has given the green light for the use of RTA aircraft to carry out evacuations, and we are simply awaiting confirmation on the dates and designated airports for the planes to touch down. Once all issues have been ironed out, the evacuation process will commence, stated Kanchana Patarachoke on Monday.

Kanchana holds the positions of Director-General of the Department of Information and spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry.

Since April 15, heavy gunfire and explosions have echoed through the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, and its surrounding areas as the Sudan Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces engage in a brutal struggle for control of Africa’s third-largest nation. Monday’s news agencies reported that the clashes have resulted in the deaths of at least 400 civilians and injuries to over 3,500 people.

According to Kanchana, the government’s top priority is the evacuation of Thai citizens. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai are keeping a close eye on the situation. In addition, the Foreign Ministry is collaborating with other government agencies to ensure the security and well-being of the Thai evacuees.

Kanchana has also revealed that the ministry is working alongside the National Security Council, the RTA, Thai embassies in Cairo and Riyadh, as well as the Thai consulate in Jeddah, in order to expedite preparations for the evacuation process.

The Foreign Ministry estimates that approximately 300 Thai nationals currently reside in Sudan, with 200 of them being students. The majority of these students are attending the International University of Africa in Khartoum.

Family members of Thai nationals in Sudan seeking more information can call (096) 352 0513, (096) 165 7120, or (096) 352 9015. Furthermore, the Thai Embassy in Cairo is available for assistance by phone at (+201) 0194 01243 or via e-mail at [email protected].

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