Today, Sunday, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry reported that an Egyptian embassy employee was shot dead in Sudan. In response to today’s press inquiry about the situation with the evacuation of members of the Egyptian community in Sudan and members of the diplomatic mission and official technical missions, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu said Zeid: “Countries with a large number of citizens in excess of ten thousand, such as in the case of Egypt, need a rigid, safe and organized planning process to ensure the safety and accuracy of the evacuation process. especially in light of the dangerous escalation in the scale of risks.”
The spokesman said in a press statement that “one of the Egyptian embassy employees was actually shot, which once again confirms the need to exercise the utmost care to ensure the safety of our citizens and members of our missions in Sudan. Al-Masri imposes on him that he be the last to leave his field of activity, after making sure that the evacuation process is completed for all members of the community who want to leave.
He referred to what happened recently in countries such as Libya, Afghanistan and Ukraine, where “our embassies were able to complete the safe evacuation of the Egyptian community.”