The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has reviewed with the Libyan ambassador to Sudan, Fawzi Bumeriz, the evacuation of the remaining Libyan community in Sudan.

This came after the Libyan embassy in Sudan had launched a last call to members of the Libyan community in Khartoum who wished to leave and contacted the emergency team, urging them to contact with the embassy numbers. The embassy wished safety for all, stressing the need to take precautionary measures and remain in safe places at home. 

The Libyan embassy in Sudan also announced that it had begun issuing temporary travel documents for Libyans who wished to leave Khartoum to the city of Port Sudan, in preparation for their return to Libya. 

It clarified that the measure was aimed at assisting some members of the Libyan community whose passports had been stuck at some government and educational agencies in Sudan and couldn't be obtained currently due to the war. It said Libyans who didn't respond to its calls are responsible for their own safety staying in Sudan.