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    India is working with other countries to ensure the safety of Indian nationals in Sudan, where there has been deadly fighting between the country’s army and a paramilitary group. India’s External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, has spoken to his counterparts in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who have assured him practical support on the ground for the safety of Indians in Sudan. India is also working with the UN, which has a substantial presence in Sudan. India’s Ministry of External Affairs and embassy in Khartoum are continuously monitoring the situation.

    The Quartet countries of the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have a key role in ensuring the safety and security of Indian nationals in Sudan. India is coordinating closely with them to ensure the safety and security of Indians in that country. The MEA has set up a control room to provide information and assistance in view of the current situation in Sudan. The Indian embassy in Washington and the High Commissioner in London are also in touch with their respective host governments on the situation in Sudan.

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    The Indian embassy in Sudan has issued a fresh advisory urging Indians not to venture out of their residences and stay calm. The embassy said an Indian national died in Khartoum after sustaining bullet injuries. Sudan’s military captured power in a coup in October 2021 and it has been running the country through a sovereign council since then. There has been a dispute between the Army and the Rapid Support Forces over a proposed timeline for handing over power to a civilian government. The fighting erupted between the forces loyal to two rival generals as both are aiming to wrest control over the country.

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