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on 2012/5/4 12:46:08

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday issued a statement announcing Sudan acceptance to cessation of hostilities with South Sudan State
In a statement issued yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reflected Sudan welcome to the resolution of the Security Council that was issued on Wednesday and the road map which was approved by the Peace and Security Council of the African Union
The statement affirmed Sudan commitment to the Security Council's resolution on cessation of hostilities with South Sudan State, in accordance with the fixed period
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that under the continuous attacks and aggressions being staged by the army of South Sudan State on the Sudanese territories in Um-Dafoq, Taludi and Samaha, and its occupation of disputed areas in Kafai Kinji and Kafia Dibi, and under its threats to re-attack Heglig, then the Armed Forces will find itself to use the right of self defence
The government hoped that Sudan government will abide by full cessation of hostilities and withdraw its forces from the disputed areas in order to guarantee application of the road map and the resolution of the Security Council on cessation of hostilities
The statement affirmed Sudan government commitment to the protocol on Abyei which was signed in January 2005 as the adopted provisional administrative and military measures pertinent to Abyei protocol, which was signed in the year 2011 by the two parties of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement

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on 2012/5/3 11:15:26

Open in new windowPresident of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Basher decreed, Wednesday setting up the High Committee to Follow up Maintaining of Peace in Darfur.
According to the Decree, the committee which will be chaired by the President of the Republic with a number of senior government's officials as members, will work for the implementation and following up peace process in Darfur in coordination with the concerned circles.

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on 2012/5/3 11:09:28

Open in new windowThe Ministry o Foreign Affairs has affirmed Sudan government commitment to the African solutions for the African problems and disputes that are suggested by the African Union's institutions, top of them is the African summit
In a statement it issued yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed to the resolution of the Security Council issued Wednesday that adopted the decision of the Peace and Security Council on the road map for solving the dispute between Sudan and South Sudan State
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the condemnation of the Security Council to the aggression which was staged by South Sudan State on Heglig and its call for formation of a fact-finding committee for the destruction caused by the aggression on Heglig area and the oil facilities.
.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs affirmed Sudan confidence on the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel for Sudan, which is chaired by Thabo Mbeki, and asserted Sudan readiness for cooperation with this panel.
The statement stressed that the strategic goal of Sudan government is reach durable peace between Sudan and South Sudan State, hoping that the government of South Sudan will respond to the requirements of the African Peace and Security Council and the resolution of the Security Council and give maximum concern to the issues of security and peace and return to the negotiation table seriously and will political will toward achieving solution for the pending security issues and solving the other issues within the context of the African mediation
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that it will follow up the implementation of the resolution
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its thanks and appreciation to Sudan friends at the Security Council for their clear role in removing the distortion in the resolution draft and including a number of positive items and improving of others.

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on 2012/5/3 10:50:59

Open in new windowThe Minister of Oil, Dr. Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz, has announced the formation of a number of committee to list the losses caused by the aggression of South Sudan State on Heglig oil field.
At a press conference he held yesterday at the ministry after launching of the resumption of the oil pumping from Heglig oil field, Dr. Al-Jaz said that the destruction has included facilities of the operating companies and the contractors, adding that the listing of losses is continuing
The minister said that the government will deliver the lists on the losses to all the international and justice organizations.
Dr. Al-Jaz said that the oil pumping was resumed after checking the fields, the pumping stations and other facilities, adding that the pumping equipments were repaired.
He said that foreign circles have participated in the damage and destruction, pointing out that the goal of the destruction was to harm Sudan government and its sovereignty by conspiracy with the colonialists.
He said that the aggression was intended to harm Sudan and its partners so as to drive them out from Sudan.

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on 2012/5/3 10:40:14

Open in new windowThe Legislature, chaired by its Speaker, Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Tahir, yesterday issued a decision appreciating the resumption of oil pumping from Heglig oil field
The Legislature has praised the efforts exerted by the Minister of Oil, the State Minister at the Ministry of Electricity and Dams, the Armed Forces, the People's Defence Forces, the Civil Defence and the Sudanese engineers and experts who contributed to the liberation of Heglig and resumption of the oil pumping in the pipelines within a period of 10 days and by a Sudanese will

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