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UAE Ambassador meets Sudanese Defence Minister

Wed 20-09-2017 KHARTOUM, 20th September, 2017 (WAM) — Hamad Mohammed Humaid Al Junaibi, UAE Ambassador to the Republic of Sudan, has met with Lt. Gen. Awad Mohamed Ahmed bin Auf, Sudan’s Minister of Defence. The meeting touched on areas of cooperation between the two countries and means of boosting them. The Sudanese minister commended the

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Sudan: ICRC Visits Darfur and South Kordofan States to Assess Humanitarian Needs

smc- The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has completed last week a preliminary assessment of the humanitarian needs in Central Darfur and South Kordofan. Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) headquarters and branch representatives participated in the assessment mission. The ICRC teams embarked on this mission after it was granted access by the Sudanese

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Sudan, Tunisia Discuss Health Cooperation

Khartoum — The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Issam El-Deen Mohamed Abdulla discussed with the visiting Tunisian delegation led by the head of the majority bloc in the Tunisian Parliament, Dr. Rieda Sharaf El-Deen in the presence of the Secretary-General of the National Council for Drugs and Toxicology Dr. Al-Zein Al-Fahal, aspects of

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British Ambassador Optimistic Sudan Sanctions Will Be Lifted

  SMC- British ambassador to Sudan, Michael Aaron expressed his optimism that sanctions would be lifted from Sudan in October. Aaron said that the lifting of the US sanctions from Sudan in October is ultimatum decision and important to his government as he wants a solution to the sanctions problem. He pointed out that at

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Sudan Foreign Minister in Talks with Counterparts In UAE, Kuwait And Libya

  SMC- Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour held a number of meetings with his counterparts from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Libya and Kuwait. The meetings took place on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA) at its 72nd session and dealt with bilateral relations, the Gulf crisis and the situation

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Sudan and Ethiopia Agree to Protect Borders

SMC- The governments of Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed to strengthen their protection of the border, and combat the rebels and organized crime, and stressed the need for joint military exercises.  On Tuesday the 16th round of military talks between the two countries at the expert level took place. The Joint Chiefs of Staff, Emad

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Sudan is Keen to Maintain GCC Cohesion, Says Foreign Minister

September 20, 2017 Sudan’s Foreign Minister said on Tuesday that his country is keen to consolidate relations between the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Ibrahim Ghandour made his comments during a meeting with his UAE counterpart, Abdullah Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, on the fringe of the UN General Assembly’s 72nd session in New

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Sudan: Military Link with Ethiopia a pillar of Stability in the Region

September 19, 2017 “Military relations between Sudan and Ethiopia are key to achieving stability in the two countries and the region,” Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir said yesterday. This came during his meeting with Ethiopian Joint Chief of Staff General Samora Muhammad Yunis, according to the statement of the Ministry of Defence reported by the Anadolu

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Sudan: Juba/Kartoum in Joint Economic Talks Start

Khartoum — The meetings of Sudan -South Sudan joint Committee started, Tuesday, at the Council of Ministers to promote the economic relations in oil and trade fields. The Deputy National Prime Minister and Minister of Investment, Mubarak Al-Fadel has told reports that meetings of the ministries of Oil, Commerce and Finance , in the two

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China Becomes the Largest Investor in Africa

China has become the largest investor in Africa by capital expenditure for the first time since Foreign Direct Investments (FID) records began in 2003, according to the just published Africa Investment Report 2017. While the US remains the most prolific investor into Africa according to the report findings, for the first time since 2003, China

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