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on 2012/5/3 10:34:51

Open in new windowMinister of Welfare and Social Security, Amira Al-Fadil on Wednesday discussed with the governor of the White Nile State, Yousif Al-Shanbaly arrangements made for repatriating the stranded South Sudanese nationals in the State to their country.
The deadline of stay of the Southerners has been extended to May 20th and it is agreed that they will be transferred through routes to Rank town and with cooperation between the UN and the International Organization for Migration(IOM), the Minister stressed
She announced start of the transfer operation for over 12,000 stranded South Sudanese citizens and that they would be provided with food and medicines in consistent with the Sudanese values and heritages
The Minister reiterated that the Government is committed to help the stranded Southerners get back to their country

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on 2012/5/3 9:00:00

The Sudan Ambassador to Bahrain, Abdalla Ahmed Osman, has declared that a delegation of the Bahraini Senate, led by the Second Deputy Speaker of the Senate, Adil Al-Ma'awda, is due to visit Khartoum during May 7 – 11.
In a press statement, Ambassador Osman pointed out that the visit in the context of the parliamentary cooperation and to consolidate the fraternity and friendship bonds between Council of Representative of Bahrain and the Sudanese National Assembly, to exchange views on ways to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two sister countries and peoples.
He said that the visit comes in response to the visit paid by the Speaker of the Sudanese National Assembly, Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Tahir, to Manama in last February and following the visit of the Chairman of the Council of Representatives of Bahrain, Khalifa Al-Dhahrani, to Khartoum in April 2009.
He said that the delegation will visit Sudan to hold official talks and meetings with the National Assembly and to discuss means to enhance relations and open new horizons of investment between the two brother countries, referring to the importance of the parliamentary coordination with Sudan particularly in agricultural, livestock and all natural resources, appreciating the distinguished relations between the two countries.
It is to mention that the delegation includes, in addition to Al-Maawda, the deputies Mahmoud Al-Mahmoud, Jawad Abdalla ,Khalid Abdulaal and Mohammed Bogasi.

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on 2012/5/2 11:15:54

Open in new windowThe President of the Republic Omer Albashir will address on Sunday opening session of the National Council for Strategic Planning (NCSP) meeting to evaluate the first five-year strategic plan and announce the second five-year strategic plan 2012-2016.
The Head of the NCSP Economic Sector Alkindi Yousif said that the second phase of the strategic plan will witness great economic growth in the country. He added that the inflation rate will be reduced during the first three years to 15%. He added that remunerations of the constitutional posts holders will also be reduced.

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on 2012/5/2 11:08:08

Open in new windowThe First Vice-President of the Republic and Chairman of the Higher Committee for Mobilization, and Alert Ali Osman Taha has received Tuesday at the Republican Palace the governor of South Darfur State Hammad Ismail Hammad, who briefed Mr. Taha on the level of mobilization and the security situation in the state .
Hammad said in a press statement that the meeting touched on the security situation at the borders of the state and the repeated aggressions of the South Sudan forces supported by the armed mercenaries and Darfur rebel movements.
He described the situation in South Darfur State as stable, adding that the state has mobilized more than 3000 Mujahids in support of the Armed Force.

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on 2012/5/2 10:53:49

Open in new windowThe government of Sudan initially agreed on the road map which is endorsed by the African Union Peace and Security Council recently through a written message sent by the Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed Karti, to the chairperson of the African Union Commission Jean Ping.
The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Al-Obied Muraweh, said in a press statement to the Sudan News Agency that the message of the Foreign Minister has affirmed Sudan welcome to the efforts and constructive contribution of the African Union to enhancement of the situation between Sudan and South Sudan, renewing the commitment of Sudan to boosting the endeavors aimed at realizing sustainable peace and security in the regional and bilateral frameworks.
Ambassador Muraweh said that the message included remarks on the road map of the African Union's Peace and Security Council such as continuation of South Sudan aggression against Sudan's territories - represented in the occupation of Garriya in Bahral-Arab area, located north of borders of 1956, which is not a disputed area as well as the occupation of Kafan Dibi area in April 29,2012, and Kafia Kingi area in April 30,2012 , which are disputed areas. He concluded that the message stated that the government of Sudan is saying that the South Sudan State and its troops are working clearly to expanding the scope of aggression and imposing the policy of status quo by occupation of the disputed areas by force .
He pointed out that the government of Sudan renews its commitment to integrity of the Sudanese lands and will not allow the enemy and invaders to impose their will by military force.

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