Although the British government officially completed its operation for the urgent removal of citizens of the country and others from Sudan, it announced yesterday on Sunday that there will be another flight for this purpose.

An RAF transport aircraft will take off from Port Sudan International Airport today, the Foreign Office in London said.

So far, 2,122 people have been rushed out of Sudan on 23 flights departing from the Wadi Saidna military base in the capital Khartoum.

Millions of Sudanese have been trapped in the middle of shelling and fire since a merciless power struggle broke out on April 15 between the troops of the head of the armed forces, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the second-in-command of the military regime, General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo. or “Khameti”, leader of the dreaded Rapid Support Forces (RSF).

Fighting continued in Khartoum yesterday, even as the army and paramilitaries announced an extension to a ceasefire that has generally not been kept.

“We continue to do everything within our power to ensure that a long-term ceasefire is declared, [θα ξαναρχίσει] steady process of transition to civilian government and [θα λάβει] end the violence in Sudan,” said British Foreign Secretary James Cleverley.

The government of Ireland also announced that it had hurriedly removed 209 of its citizens from Sudan.