NDD

US Pushing for Rebels and Opposition to Join NDD

SMC- Washington has asked the chief African mediator Thabo Mbeki to press the rebel groups and holdout opposition to join the national dialogue, according to United States envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Donald Booth. This is the envoy’s second visit to the region during the last three months. Booth is currently on a visit

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COMESA Declares Support of Sudan National Dialogue Outcomes

  SMC The Eastern and Southern Africa states summit “COMESA”, announced its full support to the Sudanese national dialogue outcomes and called holdout group to join the process of dialogue and peace, and condemned the subversive activities carried out by the armed movements in Darfur and the two regions, and it’s praised the stability and

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Turkey Backs Sudan’s ‘National Dialogue’ Initiative

The national dialogue process will contribute to Sudan’s political integrity, says Turkish Foreign Ministry. Turkey has praised Sudan’s ongoing “national dialogue” initiative, which calls for an end to the country’s longstanding conflicts, better guarantees for civil liberties, and the alleviation of poverty. “We believe that complying with the national dialogue process with the support of

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Sudan at 9th Meeting of Libya Neighboring Countries

  SMC- Sudan participated in the Ninth Meeting of Foreign Affairs ministers of Libya neighbouring countries, which begins today in the al-Niger capital Niamey.The delegation is headed by   Ambassador Kamal Al Deen Ismail the Minister of State at the Foreign Ministry, accompanied by Director of the neighbouring countries, Ambassador Mohammed Ghanem Bukhari. Foreign Ministry spokesman

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Government on NDD: There’s Nothing to Doubt

SMC- The Sudanese government has downplayed the importance of opposition groups that have criticized the recently celebrated National Dialogue Document (NDD), adding the opposition is making a number of feeble efforts to oust the regime. The opposition National Consensus Forces (NCF) has considered that the national dialogue outcomes are just part of “conspiracies” by the

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