Mr. Miller addressed the situation in a press release Thursday.
The conflict in Sudan and the humanitarian situation on the ground remain deeply concerning, recognized the minister.
Canada will continue to help those in need and honor its humanitarian tradition as a country. This humanitarian path will make it possible to reunite loved ones and save lives, he argued.
The war in Sudan began in mid -April after months of tensions between the military leader, General Abdel-Fattah Burhan, and the commander General Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, of the rapid support paramilitary forces.
The two generals led a military coup in October 2021 that derailed Sudan's short-lived transition to democracy following a popular uprising that forced the removal of President Omar al- Bashir in April 2019.
Conflict in Sudan has destroyed the country and killed up to 9,000 people in October, according to the United Nations. However, activists and doctors' groups say the real toll is much higher.
More than seven million people have been forced from their homes. home, more than 1.5 million of whom have sought refuge in neighboring countries, according to UN figures.
Canada has already allocated $165 million in humanitarian aid to those affected by this conflict, and also expedited immigration applications and waived fees for some people who fled the war.