Current Date:

Tuesday, 25 September 2018
 

First Batch of Sudanese Refugees Returns from Chad to N. Darfur next Saturday

Khartoum - The Commission of Refugees has announced that it would receive the first batch of the Sudanese refugees returning from Chad on April 14, in the presence of Commissioner of Refugees Hamad Al-Jezouli and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Sudan.
The Commissioner of Refugees said in a statement to Sudan Vision that they have completed all preparations for receiving the Sudanese refugees returning from Chad, pointing out that the first batch of the returnees would be received at Al Teinah Locality in North Darfur State.
He explained that after completion of the first phase of return of the refugees from Chad to North Darfur State, the commission would begin preparations for the second phase to West Darfur State.
The Commissioner affirmed that all basic requirements for the returnees have been made available, including lodging, first aid and food materials.
On South Sudanese refugees in Khartoum State, the Commissioner of Refugees affirmed that he has paid a visit accompanied by the UN High Commissioner of Refugees in Sudan to Bentiu Camp for refugees of South Sudan at Jebel Aulia Locality, where he has got acquainted with their needs, indicating that surveys for refugees in Khartoum State are continuing and that the areas to which they would be moved would be determined during the coming period.