Floods caused by high levels of the Nile River in Sudan. August 30th 2020.

“Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Sunday said the floods this year have led to “catastrophic and painful” losses of lives and properties.

“The water levels of the Nile and its tributaries this year, according to the irrigation and water resources ministry, are unprecedented since 1912,” said Hamdok on his Twitter account.

He instructed the continuation of effective coordination among all state’s institutions, while called for mobilizing all possible material and human resources to lessen the impact of the floods on the citizens, explaining that his government is working to set up plans to decisively deal with the floods in the future.”

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