Sudan is drowning in killing and destruction at breakneck speed

In the opening speech of the coordination conference Humanitarian aid For the Sudan meeting in Geneva, the Secretary-General of the United Nations stressed that the situation has become catastrophic. He warned that the crisis is now affecting neighboring countries and the entire region.

He also expressed his deep concern about the renewed violence and its adoption of tribal dimensions, and urged the parties to the conflict to Commitment to calm down And to allow the delivery of aid to those in need.

He also called for stopping the targeting of aid workers and the headquarters and warehouses of international organizations.

In addition, he stressed that international relief institutions are ready to redouble their efforts in Sudan, pointing to the 2.5 million people who have been forced to leave their homes due to the conflict.

He explained that only 17% of the funding required for Sudanese aid is currently available.

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