U.S. Citizens in Sudan Should Depart
The U.S. State Department announced on May 22, 2023, the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum has suspended its operations and issued a Level 4, Do not travel to Sudan due to extensive civil unrest.
As a result, the embassy cannot provide routine or emergency services to U.S. citizens in Sudan.
Currently, there are no U.S. consular officers in Sudan.
However, consular services are available in neighboring countries for those who depart independently.
In addition, the U.S. government is providing information for U.S. citizens in Sudan, including exit options.
Specifically, U.S. citizens should not visit the Hotel Coral in Port Sudan or the Fenti Golf in Khartoum. The U.S. government is no longer present to assist in these locations.
We understand that border crossings into neighboring countries, such as Egypt, may be possible.
However, if you can travel to a border crossing and believe it is safe, please be aware that wait times and conditions at crossing points vary widely and could change quickly, wrote the State Department.
And enroll in the Smart Traveler Program to receive security updates.
U.S. citizens in Sudan who need assistance should contact the closest U.S. embassy or consulate.