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Following the Sudan military coup, Sudan’s Beja Council tribal protesters agreed to lift the blockade

on the Port of Sudan. Nevertheless, the situation remains highly unstable, with anti-coup protesters

in Khartoum tear gassed in this weekend’s demonstrations.


Sudan’s army chief has agreed to release four ministers that were detained in the coup. Prime Minister Hamdok has hinged any agreement on a potential technocratic power sharing

between the military and a civilian government led by him, on the release of detainees.


Dryad Global continues to advise against operations at the port of Sudan until the situation stabilises.

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