USA had its first rescue operation in Sudan

Although the USA frequently lectures India, it had to take its first rescue operation in Sudan after the media reported that citizens were becoming increasingly angry and stranded.

In response to the escalating conflict in Sudan, nations such as India have been taking steps to evacuate their stranded citizens. This has been ongoing for a few days now, and several countries have managed to rescue thousands of people during this period. However, the global superpower America has just made its first attempt to evacuate hundreds of people from Khartoum.

According to a statement released by the US State Department, the convoy sent by the US government to Port Sudan on Saturday included US citizens, local employees, and individuals from partner and ally nations. The US government has made extensive efforts to contact its citizens in Sudan and has provided specific instructions to those who wished to leave the country. This includes messaging every US citizen in Sudan who had communicated with the government during the crisis and providing instructions on how to join the convoy.

The State Department also highlighted the intensive negotiations that have taken place between the US and its regional and international partners. These negotiations helped to create security conditions that allowed for the safe departure of thousands of foreign and US citizens.

The US government continues to call on the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces to end the fighting that is endangering civilians in the area.

Overall, the US government has taken significant steps to ensure the safety of its citizens and those of its partner and ally nations in Sudan. The evacuation of hundreds of people from Khartoum represents a crucial milestone in the effort to protect individuals in the region and ensure their safe return home.

The State Department’s response came after Americans caught in a complicated and dangerous situation expressed their anger towards the US government for leaving them to deal with the situation on their own. The Americans criticized the government for being unhelpful and not providing proper guidance or information, causing them to feel abandoned.

American’s Reaction:

One of the Americans, Imad, spoke to CNN and expressed disappointment in the State Department’s lack of support during the situation. Despite other countries evacuating their citizens, the US government insisted that the circumstances didn’t warrant a civilian evacuation. However, a military operation over the weekend resulted in the successful evacuation of the entire US government.

Given the ongoing violence and chaos in Sudan, the State Department has advised its citizens against traveling there. Despite a 72-hour ceasefire, there have been reports of violence between soldiers loyal to Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

It has been reported that India initiated Operation Kaveri on April 24th and has dispatched its military planes and naval vessels to ensure that no Indian citizen is left stranded in Sudan. As part of this operation, 365 Indian individuals who were affected by the country’s violent division, arrived in New Delhi on Saturday night.

Another report stated that 392 passengers from Sudan were evacuated by a C-17 Globemaster aircraft of the Indian Air Force and landed in Delhi, while another 362 Indians were transported to Bengaluru via another C-17 plane.

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