Title: State Minister for Foreign Affairs admits difficulty in identifying S
Date: 01-07-2014, 10:10 PM
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs has admitted difficulties in identifying who is Sudanese and who is not while dealing with those who came to the Sudanese embassy in Bangui demanding deportation to Sudan to escape the ongoing fighting between the government and the rebels in Central Africa republic.
Speaking at the National Assembly yesterday, the state minister revealed that around a thousand persons from the community want to return home, saying that there are 300 persons in the house of the attache.
He added that the military attache has survived an incident but his driver was hurt. He said that a plane is now ready at Khartoum airport to fly for Bangui to evacuate the Sudanese people there but there is a difficulty in landing at Bangui airport because the airport came under fire.
On their part, the deputies of the parliament referred to the killing of a Sudanese person on the border with Central Africa Republic.