More than 2,000 Sudanese will be repatriated before end of year from Libya

Khartoum – Sudanese refugees and migrants wishing to return voluntarily to Sudan who thought refuge at the Sudanese embassy in Tripoli will be repatriated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) before the end of 2021, Foreign Minister Maryam Sadiq al-Mahdi said.

The repatriation program for refugees and Sudanese wishing to return home will continue until next year, said IOM Resident Representative in Libya Federico Suda, acting charge d’affaires of the Sudanese Embassy in Libya.

The Embassy is currently temporarily sheltering them until they return to Sudan, expected next week through voluntary return flights organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in coordination with the embassy and the relevant Sudanese authorities. The minister expressed her happiness to meet the youth, and said that she was keen despite the limited time of her visit to Tripoli, which she arrived late Thursday morning to participate in the conference to support stability in Libya

I assured them that they would find direct care from her and the embassy until they returned home with dignity, and congratulated them on the anniversary of the October 21st revolution. The Minister added: You represent the younger generation that sparked the glorious December Revolution and deserve to be honored and celebrated, promising them a bright future for Sudan, which they will contribute to building alongside the other sudanese people. Countries are built with the arms of their sons.

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