Saudi Arabia’s evacuation of citizens and nationals of 12 countries from the armed confrontations taking place in sisterly Sudan, in implementation of the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince, and the Kingdom’s response to requests submitted by brotherly and friendly countries to evacuate their citizens in Sudan, reflects the emphasis on the Kingdom’s influential role as a reliable partner for the international community, and a starting point It is its duty towards its citizens in all countries of the world. The evacuation process, which was carried out by the Royal Saudi Naval Forces with the support of the various branches of the armed forces, and included securing the exit

Foreigners of several nationalities, including diplomats and international officials, from Khartoum to Port Sudan, the global trust placed by major regional and international countries and powers in Saudi Arabia and in its armed forces and loyal men.

Despite the unfavorable conditions as a result of the military actions there, all Saudi citizens were evacuated from Khartoum, and the Saudi navy was able to evacuate the nationals of Gulf countries and other countries, who numbered approximately 157 individuals, in several stages, and facilitated for these nationals everything they requested during the evacuation.