Warning Dutch in Sudan
The Dutch embassy in Sudan advised its compatriots to stay in as much as possible. The advice follows violent protests in the country against the abolition of subsidy on fuel.For three days, riots erupt in various parts of the country. The protesters vandalize, start fires at gas stations, and call for the resignation of President al-Bashir. There have already been six deaths due to the violence in the capital Khartoum.
According to the Dutch embassy about 200 Dutch live in the capital and 40 more in the rest of the country. The embassy staff informs the compatriots through mails and text messages.