Sudanese migrants returning from Libya undergo vulnerability assessment

According to the Deputy Secretary-General of the organization responsible for managing the affairs of Sudanese workers abroad, the return is an effort made by the state to protect and return Sudanese workers abroad safely.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

The agency regulating the affairs of Sudanese workers abroad has begun vulnerability-assessing procedures for Sudanese migrants voluntarily returning from Libya.

Tuesday, 158 Sudanese returned from Libya voluntarily within joint coordination between the International Organization for Migration and the European Union.

The Deputy Secretary-General of the Regulatory Authority for Sudanese Affairs Abroad, Abdul Rahman Sayed Ahmed Zain al-Abidin, told Sudan News Agency (SUNA) that the role of the expatriate staff in this project is to coordinate across the Sudanese communities in Libya.

Zain al-Abidin explained that this includes directing migrants to register in return programs in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs represented by the Sudanese Embassy in Tripoli and the Consulate General in Benghazi..

He said that the authority also aids in completing procedures assessing the degree of vulnerability of the returnees by identifying their needs and completing health insurance procedures for them.

The returnees were received at Khartoum Airport by a joint from the Expatriates Authority and the International Organization for Migration.

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