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Rush to evacuate Filipinos as Sudan’s alert level rises to level 3

Wednesday night, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) upped the alert level to level 3 in Sudan due to the country’s protracted political crisis, which has been made worse by violence between two warring factions that started on April 15 of last year.

Due to the ongoing political situation in the nation, Alert Level 3 (Voluntary Repatriation/Evacuation) has been elevated for the whole Sudan region, according to an alert.

The DFA’s assessment of the dangers that travelers might encounter in a particular location is reflected in the alert levels.

This type of advice, according to the DFA, “sheds light on the risks that travelers may potentially encounter at their country of destination.”

The DFA has four alert levels: Alert Level 1, which refers to the cautious phase, Alert Level 2, which refers to the restricted phase, Alert Level 3, which refers to the voluntary repatriation phase, and Alert Level 4, which refers to the evacuation/repatriation requirements.

When “violent disturbances or external aggression occur in a limited area,” Alert Level 3 is raised.

Armed battles between the Sudanese Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces sparked the crisis, which has forced foreign countries to scramble to get their citizens out of Sudan during a 72-hour ceasefire.

300 additional Filipinos are being evacuated from Khartoum to Egypt as of the time of this publication, according to the DFA and the Philippine Embassy in Egypt.

Civilians have borne the brunt of the conflict, according to the United Nations, which has now caused a “humanitarian catastrophe.”

At least 450 people have already died and more than 3,700 have been injured, according to Volker Perthes, head of the UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan, who made the announcement on April 26.

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