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on 2012/2/19 10:46:24

Open in new windowGovernment Senior Officials will meet the US Special Envoy to Sudan Princeton Lyman to discuss bilateral relations and issues of mutual concern. The Foreign Minister Ali Kerti will hold talks today Sunday with the American diplomat where the two will review the relations between Khartoum and Washington in the context of the recent stances of the two countries towards a number of issues of common interest .
The US official will also meet the members of the government delegation to the oil negotiations with the South Sudan in addition to a number of government senior officials .

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on 2012/2/19 10:36:08

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki has appreciated the progressing Sudanese-Eritrean ties at all levels, pointing to the cancellation of entry visa and hailing coordination between ministries of health and education in the two countries.
Receiving Sudan Ambassador to Asmara Majid Yusuf, President Afwerki has reiterated support to Sudanese-Eritrean ties to serve the welfare of the two peoples, adding that the mutual ties has entered into a new and significant stage.
Invited by the Sudanese counterpart, the Eritrean Minister of Education is expected to partake in education conference scheduled for today Sunday in Khartoum.The Eritrean Minister expected to discuss joint education cooperation and agreements between the two ministries.

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on 2012/2/19 10:30:00

The Centre of Islamic and Contemporary World Studies and the International Info-vision Center for Training in Malaysia will organize the Forum on the Islamic Micro-Finance at the Friendship Hall in Khartoum during February 21 -23.
Meanwhile, the Director of the Centre of Islamic and Contemporary World Studies, Dr. Al-Saddig Ali Sayed Ahmed, said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the forum will be held in the form of a comparative study on the microfinance experiments of Malaysia, Indonesia, Sudan, the Sultanate of Oman and Bangladesh, with a participation of experts from these countries.
He said that the Forum will be held under auspices of the Central Bank of Sudan, Bank of Khartoum, Faisal Islamic Bank and the Saving and Social Development Bank. He said that the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Dr. Badr-Eddin Mahmoud, will address the inaugural sitting of the conference.

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on 2012/2/16 14:33:31

Open in new window President of the Republic Omer Albashir has lauded the great role by the Islamic Da'awa organization (IDO) in disseminating the Islamic teachings, values and culture in the African continent. This came when the President addressed Wednesday the inaugural sitting of the 24th Session of the Board of Trustees of the IDO, expressing appreciation to the services that the organization is extending to Sudan in various aspects, including the combating of poverty, support to poor families and the conflict-affected people in South Kordofan and Blue Nile States.
He said that the organization has managed to close the way before the biased organizations that work under the cover of humanitarian work. The President reiterated that Sudan will continue to support the Islam and Muslims all over the world despite challenges, stressing the need for uniting the rank of the Islamic Nation in order to abort the false allegations and face the fabrications circulated by the western Media with the aim to tarnish the image of Islam and its lofty values.
On the situation in Darfur, President Albashir affirmed that the situation in Darfur has become fully stable after the signing and implementation of Doha Document, reiterating the determination of the state to support the peace process and stability in the region. He referred to the role of the Islamic Da'awa Organization in transferring the communities from the state of weakness and backwardness to progress and welfare as part of the Islamic values, describing the organization's role as vital in supporting the African communities in the domains of education and health services.

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on 2012/2/16 14:28:39

Open in new windowFirst Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Taha has giaven directives to the concerned circles of the Marwai-Dam affected people issue to work in coordination for solving problems facing them as a result of construction of the dam. Mr. Taha gave the directives Wednesday at his office in the Secretariat General of the Cabinet while receiving the Governor of the River Nile state Alhadi AbdAllah and the chairman of a committee assigned to study options of the solutions Ali Ahmed Hamid. The governor briefed the First VP on efforts to implement earlier directives by the President of the Republic to solve the issue. He explained that the state government made contacts with the federal ministries of finance and national economy, electricity and dams, agriculture and aimal wealth to carry out options of solutions to the affected peole within their home areas.

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