All Malaysians in Sudan safe, Foreign Ministry keeping an eye
This includes 25 students and several Petronas staff.
All 50 Malaysians in Sudan including 25 students registered with Malaysia’s Embassy in Khartoum are safe, with the embassy in close contact with them.Foreign Ministry in a statement on Wednesday said 17 Malaysians and one Thai staff member of Petronas have been temporarily housed at the official residence of the ambassador.
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