Another 52 Bangladeshis have returned home from Sudan

Another 52 Bangladeshis have returned home from Sudan

Bangladeshis returning home from Sudan (Photo: Collected)

Another 52 Bangladeshis stuck in the North African country of Sudan have returned to Dhaka via the city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, a Muslim-dominated country in the Middle East. They returned to the country on a Biman Bangladesh flight after 10:30 am on Thursday (May 11).

176 Bangladeshis arrived in Jeddah on a special flight from Port Sudan on Wednesday. 52 of them returned home.

According to the information of the Bangladesh Embassy in Riyadh, 130 more people are scheduled to return home on Qatar Airlines and 238 people on Biman Bangladesh Airlines from Medina.

Earlier, 135 Bangladeshis returned home in the first phase last Monday. They returned home on a Biman Bangladesh flight. Among the returnees were women, children and sick expatriates.

On May 3, 680 Bangladeshis were safely taken to Port Sudan from Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. They were taken there by a total of 13 buses in two phases.

The Bangladesh Embassy in Riyadh says that about 1,500 Bangladeshi citizens live in Sudan. Among them who have registered to come to the country, all will be brought back to the country in phases.

Source: ODHIKAR by

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