The 14 Sri Lankans residing in the Sudan who were evacuated due to the prevailing crisis arrived at the Bandaranaike International Airport today, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said.
They were received and welcomed by the Director General of the Foreign Affairs Ministry Consular Division Sisira Senaviratne.
Their evacuation was facilitated with the coordination of the Foreign Ministry and the generous assistance of the Saudi Arabian Government.
The Embassies of Sri Lanka in Riyadh and Cairo and the Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Jeddah have been working with the authorities of the Royal Government of Saudi Arabia and the Government of India to evacuate the Sri Lankans living in Khartoum who had requested to be rescued.
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