Operation Sankat Mochan – Indian Evacuation From South Sudan

Operation Sankat Mochan – Indian Evacuation From South Sudan Operation Sankat Mochan, began at the crack of dawn on 14 July. Two C-17 Globemaster Aircrafts of the Indian Air Force left for Juba at 5:00 am and 7:00 am from Delhi. On board were Gen. V K Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs, Shri Amar Sinha, Secretary ER, Shri Satbir Singh, Jt. Secretary WANA, (West Asia and North Africa) and other officials. The aim was to evacuate all the Indian nationals who have expressed their interest in leaving South Sudan. The evacuation was meticulously planned in coordination with the local authorities as well as the support of the Indian Peacekeeping Contingent in the UNMISS, which is the United Nations Mission In South Sudan. Soon after landing, Gen V K Singh met with the Foreign M...
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