Greater than 200 Irish residents and their dependents have been evacuated from Sudan, because the rescue mission attracts to a detailed, the Irish authorities has mentioned.
The Emergency Civil Help Staff (ECAT), involving Irish Defence Forces personnel, was deployed on Thursday.
Some 209 individuals have been evacuated from Sudan, in line with the Irish Division of Overseas Affairs.
The vast majority of Irish residents taken from the nation in latest days have been carried on UK flights into Cyprus, the division added.
Tánaiste (Irish deputy prime minister) Micheal Martin, mentioned the ECAT operation in Cyprus and Djibouti would now be withdrawn.
The mission, named Operation Piccolo, has concerned Division of Overseas Affairs officers being stationed within the nations with the intention of aiding within the evacuation.
Eire has additionally acquired assist from France and Spain to airlift Irish residents, residents and visa holders to security.
It comes as a ceasefire within the conflict-stricken north African nation appeared to falter, with residents reporting heavy explosions and gunfire breaking out once more within the capital Khartoum.
In a press release, Mr Martin thanked the ECAT “and all these concerned in our consular response”.
He mentioned Eire would keep an enhanced multi-location presence in help of residents remaining in Sudan by way of consular missions, together with these in Egypt, Kenya and Jordan.
Members of the Defence Forces’ Particular Operations Forces unit and the Military Ranger Wing supported the operation.
“The staff have been additionally on standby to offer medical help if required,” the Defence Forces mentioned in a press release.