Military takeover in Sudan: 42 Malaysians registered with the embassy of Malaysia reported safe

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PUTRAJAYA OCT.25: Following the latest reports of a military takeover in Sudan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely monitoring developments in the country.

The Ministry said, the Embassy of Malaysia in Khartoum reported that 42 Malaysians, including 27 students registered with the embassy are safe while the embassy officials are in close contact with them.

“Notwithstanding the evolving situation in Sudan, the Ministry will continue to undertake efforts to safeguard Malaysia’s interest in the country, including the PETRONAS Sudan Complex, which also houses the Embassy of Malaysia; and Agencies of the United Nations and international organisations,” the statement said here today.

The statement added, as a matter of urgency, the above matters and concern pertaining to the safety of Malaysians in Sudan were conveyed to the Sudanese Charge d’ Affaires, who was summoned to Wisma Putra this afternoon.

The Ministry advises Malaysians requiring consular assistance in Sudan that they may contact the Embassy of Malaysia in Khartoum, or the Ministry through the following channels: Embassy of Malaysia in Khartoum at Malaysia House House 17, Block B21, Street Khalifa Abdullah, Al Riyadh Telephone: +249 99 070 0350 E-mail: [email protected] Social media: @Malawakil.Khartoum (Facebook) @MYEmbKhartoum (Twitter) Wisma Putra Office hours: 03-88874201 / 4530 After office hours: 03-88874570. –Malaysia World News

 


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