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on 2014/10/19 15:10:21

Open in new windowKhartoum, capital of Sudan will host a meeting early November where water ministers of Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt will discuss plans by Ethiopia to build a renaissance dam. The ministers will decide on the best consultative office among seven ones for giving a sound consultation on the project. The Sudanese and Egyptian ministers expressed satisfaction over outcome of the recent meeting held in Cairo on the same issue.

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on 2014/10/19 10:40:51

Open in new windowThe Sudanese President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Albashir received at his residence in Alquba Palace in Cairo, Saturday evening the Egyptian political elites and discussed with them enhancement of relations between Sudan and Egypt.
Former Egyptian Prime Minister Kamal Alganzuri in a statement to the Sudan News Agency indicated to political will of the leaders of the two countries to work for realizing aspirations of the two peoples.
The Chairman of Al-Wafd Party, Assayed Albadawi welcomed the visit of President Albashir to Cairo, referring to desires of the two countries to achieve economic and political unity, while the ex-Prime Minister Esam Sharaf expressed pleasure over their meeting with President Albashir, considering the visit as beginning for enhancement of relations between the two countries
The Chairman of Human Rights Committee Mohammed Fayeq said there was a genuine desire for establishing a close ties and entering new phase.
Former Secretary-General of the Arab League Amru Musa indicated to strategic relations between Sudan and Egypt, calling for exerting sincere efforts to boost and maintain the relations for the interests of the people of the two countries.

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on 2014/10/19 10:30:00

Open in new windowSudan and Mali signed on Saturday cooperation agreements and memorandums of understanding to boost bilateral relations The Sudanese Speaker of the National Assembly (parliament) Alfatih Izz-Eddin said during a press conference in Khartoum at the end of a visit by the the Malian Parliament's Speaker that the visit came within framework of strengthening the deeply- rooted relations between the two countries and to reactivate their ties which are based on cooperation and sharing of expertise.
He pointed out that the visit of the Malian Speaker included holding meetings with political and executive officials and discussed aspects of cooperation in all fields, asserting that the National Assembly always works for cementing relations with the neighboring countries.
The Speaker of Malian Parliament Asaca Sidi Beih, on his part, said his visit aimed to boost the Malian- Sudanese relations.

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on 2014/10/19 10:20:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Albashir and his Egyptian counterpart Abdul-Fattah Assisi has underscored necessity of reviving means of integration in political and economic domains, besides supporting direct contact through the border crossings point inaugurated recently. The Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri, said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the talks between the Presidents Albashir and Assisi showed understanding and agreement over common issues and views to confront challenges facing the two countries. He added that a positive and consensual spirit prevailed the talks over solution of all issues of common concern.
On situations in the region, the minister said the two Presidents reviewed the situation in Libya and its impact on national security of the two countries, besides the situation in Yemen and Syria. The two Presidents also reviewed the Palestinian cause and efforts being exerted for reconstruction of Gaza.
In regard to Renaissance dam, the Egyptian FM said the meeting which was held between Sudan , Egypt and Ethiopia recently enabled the parties to go ahead with addressing the technical problems, stressing that the three countries expressed readiness to continue in solving the file via joint cooperation.

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on 2014/10/19 10:10:00

Open in new windowThe Council of the Parties of the Government of National Unity has welcomed arrangements and directives by the President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Albashir to the Committee of (7+7) for launching a successful national dialogue. The council pledged, according to its Secretary General Aboud Jabir, to work in positive way to translate those steps to an action supports dialogue. He asserted support of the council to the directives of the President of the Republic on the issues of dialogue, calling the (7+7) committee to lead a political movement before outset of the dialogue with the arms holders to pave the way for their participation in the dialogue, urging the Committee on the creation of conducive climate for dialogue to exert every possible efforts to arrange an inclusive meeting for the political forces and the national groups participating in the conference of cialogue, urging provision of the required guarantees for the armed movements to participate in the national dialogue to make it a Sudanese-Sudanese dialogue.
Jabir added that the Committees of the Council of parties prepared visions on participation in the dialogue, expressing their readiness to reactivate the work.

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