Breaking -Additional Greek citizens relocated from Sudan with the Assistance of Italy

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An additional 10 Greeks and their family members were evacuated from Sudan with the assistance of Italy. They are already in Djibouti, and everyone is in good health.

Earlier this morning, The first eight Greeks citizens trapped in war-torn Sudan were freed following a successful mission carried out by Greek personnel with the aid of the French authorities, who sent one of their planes to remove its citizens.

"Italy dispatched military jets to the Gulf of Aden nation of Djibouti to extract 140 Italian nationals from Sudan, many of whom have taken refuge in the embassy, said Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani."

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs states:

Following the ongoing communications and coordination of actions by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, with his counterparts, and his relevant instructions to the Crisis Management Unit and other Services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for the safe release of Greek citizens from Sudan, additional ten people, this time with the help of Italy.

Those in question are already in Djibouti. The group of 10 consists of Greeks and members of their families. Everyone is in good health.

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