The Joint Sudanese –Libyan Force(JSLF) in Northern State brought back 100 Sudanese nationals from Libyan borders after they were expelled by the Libyan authorities from inside Libya territory.
Caretaker Wali of Northern State, Mohamed Al-Hassan Al-Sauri affirmed , while he was inspecting the returnees at the Joint Sudanese-Libyan Forces HQs , continuity of the state government efforts to combat human trafficking and illegal migration .
He said Sudan enjoys security, stability and resources and that requires from its sons to employ them and think in unorganized migration due to its impact on security and economy.
The Wali appreciated efforts and vigilance of the Joint Sudanese-Libyan Forces on securing the northern borders from cross border crimes.
Lt. Col. Nasir Al-Amin, The Acting JSLF Commander said that the duty of his forces was to protect the Sudanese borders from all forms of trans-national crimes such as human trafficking and smuggling , indicating that the Sudanese citizens who were expelled from Libya experienced huge suffering and they have transferred from borders of 900km distance to Dongola, capital of Northern State.
He added that JSLF provided all humanitarian assistance to the returnees and it would take legal action against them and then they would be transferred to Khartoum for completing the procedures and then they would be turned over to their relatives.
Lt. Col. Nasir warned of danger of human trafficking and illegal migration.
A number of the returnees expressed appreciation to the state government and the JSLF for helping them in reaching Dongola town , stressing that they found cruel treatment from gangs of human trafficking in Libya.