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on 2015/3/24 9:35:11

Open in new windowA document on declaration of principles was signed at a historic festival at the Sudanese Republican Palace by the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Albashir, Egyptian President Abdul-Fatah Al-Sisi, and Ethiopian Prime Minister Haile-Mariam Desalegn on cooperation on Nile water administration. The ceremony was attended by the Prime Minister of Uganda, State Minister of the United Arab Emirates, representatives of IGAD, ministers, heads of the diplomatic corps and representatives of international and regional organizations.
At the signing ceremony, the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Haile-Mariam Desalegn, pointed out that the Document on the Declaration of Principles is considered the basis for building a prosperous future for the relations between the three countries.
He said that by the signing of the declaration of principles, Ethiopia affirms its commitment to cooperation with Egypt and Sudan and to work together with them for solving the climate and environment issues related to the Renaissance Dam that proposed to be built in Ethiopia.
Desalegn stressed that Ethiopia will never do a work that is harmful to the interest of Sudan and Egypt, adding that the benefits resulting from the Renaissance Dam will not be confined to Ethiopia alone, but will be enjoyed by the three countries.
The Egyptian President, Abdul-Fatah Al-Sisi, also addressed the signing ceremony affirming his country's commitment to cooperate with Sudan and Ethiopia.
He referred to the vitality of the Nile water for Egypt and the implementation of its development projects.

President Albashir described the signing of the Declaration of Principles on the Renaissance Dam as the basis for establishing firm cooperation and boosting the mutual confidence between Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia.

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on 2015/3/24 9:30:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese First Vice-President of the Republic, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih was briefed on efforts being exerted by the governments of South and North Darfur States to contain incidents which recently occurred in the two states between Fallatta and Salamat ethnic groups on one side and Al-Zaiyadiya and Berti tribes on the other side.

The First Vice President discussed the issue on Monday at the Council of Ministers with the Minister at Higher Council for Decentralized Government Farah Mustafa.

Mustafa said in a press statement that he briefed the First Vice-President on ongoing arrangements made by the government of East Darfur State for holding a conference on reconciliation between Rezaigat and Al-Aqarba tribes scheduled for upcoming few days to put an end to tribal disputes and achieve security and stability in East Darfur State.

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on 2015/3/24 9:10:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Minister of Interior, Lt. Gen. Ismat Abdul-Rahman discussed in Khartoum with the Minister of Interior of South Sudan Aleu Agang aspects of cooperation between the two countries and issues of common concern , particularly with regard to file of the four freedoms and opening of crossing points.

The Minister of Interior called for intensify efforts to address the outstanding issues in a way that serves interests of people of the two countries, affirming the Ministry’s unlimited support to police of the South Sudan in areas of training, civil registration, passport and migration.

The South Sudanese Minister of Interior, on his part, expressed appreciation over contribution of Sudan police to development of police of the South Sudan.

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on 2015/3/24 9:10:00

Open in new windowThe Director of the Water Program of the World Bank (WB ) Gestaffo Saletil, said that the heads of government of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia have affirmed their full readiness for cooperation to sharing of benefits and to work together for development in the region.
He told the Sudan News Agency that his participation in signing of the Declaration of Principles on the Renaissance Dam Monday came at the invitation of the Sudan government, which contributed to the arrangement for the signing ceremony, pointing out that the Renaissance Dam would bring development to the three countries.
The World Bank official has praised the cooperation and understanding between the three presidents and their respect for the needs of each of the three countries taking into account the interests of downstream countries which affirms the right to establish this project.

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on 2015/3/24 9:00:00

Open in new windowThe candidate of the Sudanese ruling National Congress Party (NCP) to the Presidency of the Republic Omer Albasher has renewed call for those who hold arms to return home , stressing that there is a room for any Sudanese citizen .
The NCP candidate addressing students' mass rally at Burri in Khartoum, Monday pledged to develop the universities and provide the good educational environment, calling for the development of the curriculum.
He greeted the struggle of the students since the emergence of the national salvation government, commending the martyrs who defended the home land with their blood to support peace.

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