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on 2011/12/22 10:55:09

Open in new windowThe Council of Arab League agreed in its extraordinary meeting at the level of permanent envoys to appoint Lt. Gen. Mohamed Ahmed Mustafa Al-Dabi as the head of Arab monitoring mission which will leave to Syria. The Deputy Secretary General of the Arab League, ambassador Ahmad bin Hilly, said in a statement at the end of the meeting that the Arab League will discuss the developments in Syria following the signing of the document of the Arab League observers mission to Syria. Ambassador Hilly said that the council approved the appointment of Lt. Gen. Al-Dabi as the Head of the Arab monitoring mission to Syria .
Gen. Al-Dabi is a Sudanese military commander and a diplomat who earlier worked as coordinator between the Sudanese government, the UN and African Union forces in Darfur region .
He noted that Al-Dabi is due to arrive in Cairo shortly to meet the Secretary General of the Arab League to be briefed on the necessary objectives and tasks of the mission and then to head to Syria shortly.

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on 2011/12/22 10:39:46

Deputy Chairman of the African Union Commission Erastus Mwencha, currently visiting Darfur region, has called for the continuity of international aid to keep peace in Darfur and to boost the implementation of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur.
In a press release of UNAMID, the AU official referred to major challenges facing the UNAMID in implementation of Doha Document for Peace in Darfur, explaining that these challenges are based on the importance to convince the international community about the necessity of continuing support to UNAMID to enable it to carry out its tasks.
Mwencha said that the reports about the general situation in Darfur are encouraging and referring to the remarkable decrease in violence at the region, a matter that contributed to the voluntary return of the displaced people in Darfur to their home areas.

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on 2011/12/22 10:35:12

Open in new windowThe Minister of Justice Mohamed Bushara Dosa has stressed the necessity for working out national and comprehensive strategy for human rights based on the recommendations issued by the Human Rights Council last May .
Dosa said in a press statement following the meeting of the Human Rights Council, Wednesday that a committee was formed to discuss with the Independent Expert who will arrive in Janaury, the human rights in general, adding that the responsibility of the Independent Expert focuses on the technical assistance only .
The minister said the meeting also discussed the activation of the governmental and non-governmental mechanisms as well as the civil society organizations in the context of the recommendations issued by the Human Rights Council .

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on 2011/12/22 10:29:50

Open in new windowThe Minister of Oil and Chairman of the Senate of the University of Sudan for Sciences and Technology Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz, has appreciated the progress achieved by the university that enabled it to surpass other Sudanese , Arab and African universities and to occupy a leading position in the international list of the Arab and African universities. This came when Mr. Al-Jaz chaired Wednesday a meeting of the university Senate at its headquarters in Khartoum. The acting Vice - Chancellor of the University, Prof. Jadalla Abdalla Al-Hassan, has given a report on the performance of the university in the year 2011. The Undersecretary of the university, Prof. Hashim Ali Salem, also gave a report on the budget of the university for the year 2012.
Following the Senate meeting, Mr. Al-Jaz said that the meeting has approved the budget of the University of Sudan for Sciences and technology and the report on its performance in the year 2011. He described the performance of the university as a distinguished one, indicating that the university has established extensive internal and external academic relations. He said that the relation between the university and the students is serving the educational process and the university message.
Mr. Al-jazz also praised the administrative and financial performance at the university, adding that the University of Sudan for Sciences and Technology is achieving progress in the technological fields and participated at various activities and exhibitions that serve the interest of the country and the citizens.

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on 2011/12/22 9:57:57

Open in new windowThe Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Rahamtalla Mohamed Osman received at his office Wednesday the British Ambassador to Sudan, Nicholas Kay, who informed Ambassador Osman on the expiry of his term of office in Khartoum. The British diplomat presented to Ambassador Osman a copy of the credentials of his successor for approval.
Ambassador Osman affirmed at the meeting Sudan government keenness to consolidate relations with Britain.

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