Thai airforce will get able to rescue Thais in Sudan

Amidst the continued violent battle in Sudan, the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) is on the purpose of rescue Thai nationals presently caught in the nation.
The RTAF has readied an Airbus A340-500 and a C-130 aircraft for the operation. Spokesperson AVM Prapas Sornchaidee stated that RTAF commander ACM Alongkorn Wannarot has expressed deep concern for the Thai citizens in Sudan.
Measures taken include liaising with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to debate their secure evacuation. The RTAF has additionally sought the necessary permissions to cross international airspace for this mission, Bangkok Post reported.
Clashes in Sudan, which began on April 15, are raging between forces loyal to 2 top military commanders – army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, who is also the top of the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF). The generals had joined forces to stage a coup in 2021, ensuing in the present energy struggle that has engulfed the nation.
Trade secret has been reported that a majority of Thai nationals in Sudan are Thai-Muslim students attending university within the capital city of Khartoum. There are about 300 Thais dwelling in Sudan, some 200 of whom are college students at the university.
Yesterday, it was reported that the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC) has established a help centre for Thais who are currently in Sudan.
The SBPAC set up the centre to help 210 Thai college students who are at present dealing with difficulties in Sudan, as fighting continues to escalate within the nation’s capital, Khartoum. The centre is positioned on the SBPAC headquarters in Yala. It is working to fulfill students’ needs amidst the state of affairs, and update their households about their conditions. Requests for help can be made via the 1880 SBPAC hotline..

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