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on 2012/10/31 10:51:20

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ali Kerti, excluded any link between the presence of the two Iranian warships docking in Port Sudan and the recent Israeli aggression on Al-Yarmouk Military Industrial Complex in Khartoum.
Answering questions during a press conference he held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Khartoum that docking of the two Iranian warships in Port Sudan was not a secret.
" We do not accuse any country in the region of being involved in the aggression on Al- Yarmouk Military Industrial Complex and there was either a regional conspiracy behind the Israeli aggression," said the Minister, explaining that Israel is using America's hi-tech to carry out Childish terrorist actions".
Meanwhile, the Minister of Foreign Affairs revealed attempts by the so-called the North Wing of the People's Movement to thwart the Security arrangements, signed by the Government of Sudan and South Sudan.
Karti further reiterated Sudan's absolute rejection to setting October as a date for conducting the Referendum of Abyei or specifying those who are eligible to vote in the Referendum as proposed by the African Chief Mediator.
He explained that the proposal comprised agreements that must signed before conducting the Referendum, including the rights of the Tribes in the area.
The Minister pointed in this context to the attempts by Dinka Ngok to take the issue of Abyei to the African Council for Peace and Security and the United Nations Security Council, explaining that the Sudanese diplomacy has foiled such an attempt by contacts with some Presidents and the Chairperson of the African Union Commission as well.

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on 2012/10/31 10:38:51

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ali Kerti, yesterday announced that Sudan and Malaysia will sign some 7 agreements and Memorandums of Understanding the Malaysia Sudan Trade and Investment Forum, scheduled to be held in the Friendship Hall in Khartoum in 1 - 5 November.
Speaking in a press conference he held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Khartoum, the Minister revealed that the volume of trade between the two countries is about 100 million US dollars and announced that more than 48 Malaysian Businessmen, representing 36 companies and institutions, will be participating in the forum.
The Minister explained that the States of Khartoum, Gezira and Nahral-Neil will participate in the Malaysia Sudan Trade and Investment Forum besides the Universities of Khartoum, Gezira and Sudan, highlighting the role of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in attracting foreign Investment to Sudan

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on 2012/10/31 10:36:50

Deputy governor of Nahral-Neil State, Ali Ahmed Hamid, announced that Al-Mattama - Omdurman road would be inaugurated in next December.
Addressing a celebration marking a mass wedding at Abu-Saleem area, Al-Damer Locality, Hamid said that the state's government has assigned 20 million pounds to enhance cultivation at all the localities in Nahral-Neil State.
He said that his government will press ahead in its project to link the production areas with markets via asphalted roads and to carry out rehabilitation of the agricultural schemes.
The Deputy governor also announced that the state has signed a contract with Zadna Company for executing Um Al-Tiyour - Al-Zaidab road and bridges over it within a period of six months.

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on 2012/10/30 14:07:20

Open in new windowThe Presidency of the Republic has eulogized the ex- Presidential Advisor and member of the Fiq (Jurisprudence) Council Professor Ahmed Ali Alimam who passed away today Tuesday in Khartoum. The Late Professor Alimam was known for his devotion to knowledge and serving the homeland. He took part in internal and international forums defending the Islam and heritage of the country. He wrote tens of books on Islamic issues both in English and Arabic including “The variant reading of the Qur'an“. He was the first Chancellor of the Holy Qur'an University.

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on 2012/10/30 13:58:40

Open in new windowThe ministry of foreign affairs issued a statement Monday condemning the Israeli aggression on the Yarmouk munition complex. I said it will follow up dimensions of the attack in the international level to hold Israel responsible of the attack that violates international norms and laws. It added that Israel was circulating baseless information to justify the unacceptable aggression claiming that there was a connection between the complex and Iran and Syria. The ministry explained that Iran was not in need to manufacture arms in Sudan for a third party.

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