Extending the closure of Sudanese airspace until July 31

Khartoum International Airport said Sudan’s civil aviation authority extended the airspace closure until July 31.

Khartoum Airport added in its statement: “Humanitarian aid flights and evacuation flights are excluded from this after obtaining a permit from the competent authorities.”

And he had closed the Sudanese airspace to air traffic after the outbreak of armed conflict between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in mid-April.

The smoke of battle over Khartoum

The residents said that clashes took place Sunday between Army and Rapid Support Forces In the city of El-Obeid, the center of North Kordofan State (southwest of Khartoum) and also to the south of the capital.

Eyewitnesses reported that Violent clashes broke out In 3 axes in Al-Obeid city, using artillery and light weapons.

and since Clashes broke out in mid-AprilAl-Abyad witnessed intermittent armed confrontations that led to power and water outages and the deterioration of health services in the city’s hospitals.

With its fourth month approaching, the clashes, which intensified between the two sides, left more than 3,000 dead, most of them civilians, and more than 2.8 million displaced persons and refugees inside and outside the country.

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