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on 2012/7/31 10:53:22

Open in new windowThe spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Al-Obeid Muraweh, announced that the President of the Republic Omer Albashir has apologized to take part in a bilateral summit with the President of South Sudan Salva Kiir scheduled on Tuesday in Addis Ababa, due to his engagement to leave today Tuesday for Qatar. In a statement to the Sudan News Agency, Mr. Muraweh said that the government prefers holding of such summit after good preparation, and that this summit shall not be intended to get involved in the details of the ongoing negotiations between the two countries, but aims to solve certain issues for the sake of reaching positive impacts on the situation in the two Sudans.
On the situation of the negotiations in Addis Ababa, Mr. Muraweh said that the negotiations on the oil file are still continuing without achieving decisive results till the end of Monday. He said that the negotiations on the border file would begin today Tuesday to identify the stances of the two parties on the five disputed areas, indicating that the negotiations about the border file are expected to take a long time due to the nature of this file.

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on 2012/7/31 10:51:39

Open in new windowMinister of Social Welfare Amira Al-Fadel reviewed Monday with the Director of the UN Commission for Women in Sudan the commission's future projects in Sudan .
The minister discussed with the UN Official the Rural Woman Project in Sudan and the future of joint work between the ministry and the commission.

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on 2012/7/31 10:48:18

Open in new windowThe State Minister at the Ministry of Oil Faisal Hamad has lauded the development of the Nile Petroleum Company and its excellence in distribution of oil products. This came during his visit Monday to the company, commending the company's efforts in employing considerable number of graduates in Khartoum through introduction of motor cycles to deliver gas service to homes in partnership with the Ministry of Guidance and Social Development at Khartoum State besides provision of social services to the community. Mr. Hamad urged the company's management to extend more social services and to give more attention to environmental and safety procedures in all work sites, affirming concern of his ministry with all the company's activities and with provision of necessary assistance.
For his part, the Director-General of the Nile Company for Petroleum Hussein Nasr-Eddin extended a detailed explanation about the departments of the company and its affiliated companies along stages of its development emphasizing his company's commitment to the health and safety of the environment. He revealed that the company has planted 330,000 trees in the industrial area of Khartoum North in coordination with the National Forests Corporation to combat desertification. That is beside the company's efforts to convert most of the bakeries using coal-fired plant to work with gas through expansion of storing capacity.

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on 2012/7/31 10:46:08

Open in new window The Chairman of Darfur Regional Authority (DRA) Al-Tegani Sessi said that the Conference of People of Darfur has laid down the basis for work which could lead to solution of all problems of the region, pointing out that the Darfur stability could be approach to promotion of security and peace country-wide. Addressing the Forum of the Women Members of Political Parties in the presence of representatives of over 20 political parties in Khartoum Monday, Mr. Sessi stressed the importance of the forum participation in implementing the Darfur peace agreement on the ground. He commended the forum efforts in supporting the peace process in Darfur.
Member of the forum, Amira Abu-Taweela said that the meeting reviewed the challenges facing Darfur Regional Authority in regard to Darfur peace and that the participants agreed in necessity of participation of all parties in implementation of the Darfur Peace Document.

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on 2012/7/31 10:38:39

Open in new window The Defence Ministers and Chiefs of Intelligence of the countries of the Great Lakes region currently meeting in Khartoum have accused the Darfur rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and other negative forces in Kenya, Uganda and Somalia of continued destabilization of security in the countries of the region through indulgence in criminal activities.
The Commander of Sudan's Naval Forces and representative of the Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. (psc) Dalil Al-Daw stressed the necessity of ensuring safe and stable life for the people of the region, underlining the need to submit proposals and solutions to dislodge obstacles that hinder ongoing efforts to finish off the negative forces and mercenaries, adding that the countries of the region are not free of these forces. Meanwhile, the coordinator of the programme of meeting of the defence ministers and heads of intelligence of the Great Lakes Regions Omer Siddiq, said the government was committed to protocols, non-interference in internal affairs and respect to national sovereignty of countries. Mr. Siddiq added that the legal reference that governs the relationship among the countries of the region focuses on combating violence against women and exploitation of human resources by these forces.

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