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on 2012/10/7 9:10:00

The Head of External Employment Department at the Federation of Chambers of Commerce Jamal Imam has praised the agreements signed between Sudan and South Sudan late September. He said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the cooperation agreement represents a positive turning point in the course of the relations between the two countries. Imam pointed out that the department, in coordination with the Ministries of Labor and Human Resources' Development in the two countries, would work for implementation of the agreements through exchange of experiences between the two countries to invest natural resources therein, pledging to send Sudanese cadres to work in all areas of development in the South Sudan. He stressed commitment of the Department of External Employment to work under the umbrella of the Chamber of Commerce in the development of commercial and economic relations between the two countries for the benefit of their peoples.

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on 2012/10/6 10:43:12

Open in new windowThe President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Albashir will address on Monday the opening sitting of the sixth National Legislature session. President Albashir will review in his address the current situation and developments at the political and economic arena. His address will also include features of the state's plan for the next year 2013 and the agreements that were signed recently in Addis Ababa between Sudan and South Sudan.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of the National Legislature Ahmed Ibrahim Attahir said that the sixth session will witness discussion on the general budget for the year 2013 and the second five-year plan for the period 2012 - 2017. He added that the National Legislature will also review in its sixth session statements of the Ministries of Interior, Foreign Affairs and Defense on the security situation in the country, besides the developments in the foreign policy and reports of the legislature's specialized committees.

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on 2012/10/6 10:40:00

Open in new windowThe Joint Security Committee between Sudan and South Sudan will hold meetings as stipulated in the Joint Cooperation Agreement signed in Addis Ababa recently.The Minister of Defence Lt. General (PSC) Abdul Rahim Mohammed Hussein will lead the Sudanese delegation.The meetings will cover all the issues postponed in the Addis Ababa talks to reach a common understanding, especially on Abyei and Mile 14.
Informed sources said that the meeting will direct the activation of border monitoring committees to determine the Zero-line pull out timing that both agreed on in the agreement. They affirmed that the joint committee expected to reach an understanding to achieve peace and stability on the border line between the two countries.
Meanwhile, the South Kordofan Governor Ahmed Haroun said that the most important articles in the security arrangements stipulates that each country must stop any action threatening the other, including hosting armed groups and insurgents besides the disengagement of SPLA Divisions 9 and 10.Haroun affirmed that the disengagement issue will be discussed in the joint security committee meetings as it will help remove the threat of armed groups and give a greater chance for peace and stability.

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on 2012/10/6 10:39:47

Open in new windowThe Minister of Social Welfare Amira Alfadil will address tomorrow Sunday at the head office of the Sudan Workers Trade Unions Federation (SWTUF) the inaugural session of the 4th Forum of Sudan Woman Trade Unionists.
The forum which will be attended by woman leaderships, will review the union's vision concerning the increase of production and productivity, micro-finance, constitution and the concept of good governance in Islam.

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on 2012/10/6 10:37:01

Open in new window The Minister of Rehabilitation, Development and Infrastructures in the Darfur Regional Authority (DRA) and Chairman of the Political Sector of the Liberation and Justice Movement, Taj- Eddin Bashir Niyam, said Friday that the cooperation agreements which has been signed recently by Sudan and South Sudan in Addis Ababa has eased tension between the two countries and facilitated cooperation and cross -border trade. In a statement to the Sudan News Agency, Niyam noted that the re-pumping of oil through pipelines in Sudan would enable the government to meet its full commitments towards the Darfur Regional Authority in order to make it play its full role in implementing the Doha Document for peace in Darfur (DDDP).
The chairman of the Political Sector of the Liberation and Justice Movement added that the agreement would lead to disengagement between Sudan People's Liberation Movement and Kuada Group and put an end to harbor armed movements in South Sudan by the stoppage of the technical and logistics support directly or practicing pressure indirectly on its leadership to make them getting out of the South Sudan. Niyam reaffirmed that the agreement would contribute in improving relations between Sudan and South Sudan and the neighboring countries as well as reducing skirmishes and strengthening peace and confidence among people of Darfur ,indicating that the deal would back stance of the government in obtaining the necessary support to implement development projects in Darfur region.

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