People from Sudan take shelter in Aswan in Egypt

 Monday, September 18, 2023 


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A lot of people escaping from war in Sudan have taken shelter in the Egyptian metropolis of Aswan on the Nile. There, families are serving keeping the tourism sector buoyant which is far from the repulsions that they have left behind.

Thousands of individuals have been trapped in the place since Egypt constricted its visa directions in July.
An earlier government worker said that Aswan is lovely, and its people are caring.

For the period of the winter months, Aswan is full of Egyptian and global tourists, attracted by the wealth of Pharaonic places, visions of the Nile River and warm climate.

When Sudanese people started coming in April, Aswan’s several boat leaders and business owners were
prepared for the low spell in the summer temperature.

They did not presume an arrival of immigrants, or the much-required commerce they have brought to Egypt’s fraught economy.

As much as 310,000 people have arrived from Sudan into Egypt ever since conflict happened on April 15
amid the armies of military chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces,
controlled by his previous second-in-command Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

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