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Over 800,000 Individuals Could Flee Sudan’s Crisis, Says United Nations

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More than 800,000 people They can flee Sudan for Neighboring countries in the midst of the ongoing fighting in The United Nations said on Monday.

United Nations High Commissioner for The refugees (UNHCR) said it is now working with Planning personality of hundreds of thousands of people Fleeing from the violence that broke out in Sudan on April 15th.

UNHCR, with Governments and partners, prepare for the possibility that over 800,000 people They may flee from the fight in Sudan for neighboring countries, said the agency’s chief Filippo Grandi in Tweet.

“We hope it doesn’t happen, but if the violence doesn’t stop we’ll see more people Forced to flee Sudan seeking safety. “

These planning numbers do not necessarily mean that the UN is projecting this figure of people To flee, but she thinks so possible and puts plans To meet the enormous needs that may arise.

Grande’s tweet, which was verified by the office, came in the form of fights and explosions again The Sudanese capital shook last Monday latest The truce formally agreed between the warring parties, and amid UN warnings that the humanitarian crisis has brought the country close to a “breaking point”.

More than 500 people He was killed since the fighting broke out between the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, who Paramilitary Rapid Support Forces Commands.

Chaos and bloodshed now in In its third week, it has caused an exodus to the neighborhood countries Including Egypt, Chad and the Central African Republic.

the latest Figures from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees teams on Earth showed that at least 73,000 people Owns already receipt in Those countries From Sudan, the spokesperson said, adding that the figure includes mainly Sudanese nationals and refugees from South Sudan returning home.

Sudan hosted 1.13 million refugees before the start of the conflict – one of largest number of refugees in Africa – including about 800,000 South Sudanese.

fighting him also triggered Mass exodus of Aliens and international Work crew, with countries the world over He launched frantic evacuations by land and sea and air.

Grande appreciated of how a lot people Ultimately fleeing violence can represent a dramatic increase of last Tuesday, when the commission gave the planning number of Maybe 270,000 people Flee to neighboring Chad and South Sudan.

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