Sudan’s PM Acknowledges Economic Crisis, Vows Action

Tuesday, 9 October, 2018 – 09:15 Khartoum – Ahmed Younes The Sudanese government admitted to facing a number of difficulties and economic challenges as a result of inflation and vowed action. But leader of the opposition, Sadiq al-Mahdi, criticized response measures, saying they will lead to price hikes and result in popular protests. In his

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National Defense and Security Council: We Support the Positive Developments in the Horn of Africa

Sudan’s National Defense and Security Council headed by president Omar al-Bashir, announced Monday its support for positive developments in the Horn of Africa region. The council discussed during a regular meeting, the latest developments in the Horn of Africa region, stressing his support for the positive developments that will promote peace and build mutual relations.

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Diplomatic Sources: UNAMID Will Exit From (3) New Sites in Darfur

SMC- Recently Representatives of the Government of the Sudan (GoS), the African Union (AU), the United Nations (UN) and the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) met in New York for the 26th meeting of the Tripartite Coordination Mechanism (TCM) on UNAMID. The GoS delegation was led by H.E. Ambassador Elghani Elnaim Awad

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Sudan devalues pound by 39 per cent amid foreign-currency shortage

Tuesday 09, October 2018 by Bloomberg Sudan devalued its currency for the third time this year amid an acute shortage of foreign exchange. The announcement adds to a raft of measures the government is taking to tackle an economic crisis that’s triggered sporadic protests as the cost of living has surged. The central bank last week

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Sudan’s prime minister says no plans to lift state subsidies

MARKET NEWS OCTOBER 8, 2018 / 3:21 PM / UPDATED 19 HOURS AGO CAIRO, Oct 8 (Reuters) – Sudan’s Prime Minister Motazz Moussa said on Monday the government had no plan to lift state subsidies on essential items while inflation is up and the currency fluctuating. Speaking in parliament after the government devalued the pound

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Government Delegation: The Atmosphere is Appropriate to Resume the Negotiations on the Two Areas

The government delegation for the negotiations on the two areas expected the resumption of negotiations on the two areas, revealing on consultations between African Union and the parties to determine the date of the new round. Al-Hadi Osman Indo, member of the negotiations delegation, said in a statement to SMC the atmosphere to resume the

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South Sudan, Russia’s JSC Zarubezhneft to Cooperate in Oil

  South Sudan’s Ministry of Petroleum signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Russia-based JSC Zarubezhneft to begin exploring the country’s open acreage and trading, as well as implement enhanced oil recovery technology and other maintenance programs. The MoU, signed on Monday in Juba by Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, Minister of Petroleum of the Republic of

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Sudan reiterates readiness to deliver humanitarian aid to rebel-controlled areas

2018-10-09 KHARTOUM, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) — Sudan’s government on Monday reiterated readiness to work with the United Nations to deliver humanitarian assistance to the rebel-controlled areas. Last week, the Sudanese government has signed a deal with the UN on sending humanitarian aid and holding immunization campaigns in the areas controlled by the Sudan People’s Liberation

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Saudi scouts to take part in Arab jamboree in Sudan

Always ready: The Saudi Arabian Scouts Association is all set to participate in the 12th Arab Scout Jamboree in Sudan. October 09, 20182 JEDDAH: The Saudi Arabian Scouts Association (SASA) will participate in the 12th Arab Scout Jamboree for Environmental Activities of Arab Scout Associations in Sudan. The event has been organized by the Arab

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