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on 2012/8/9 12:20:00

Open in new windowThe First Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Taha phoned Wednesday the Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Gindil, and congratulating him on his appointment as the Prime Minister, and conveyed to him the condolences of the government and people of Sudan over the Sinai martyrs.
Mr. Taha hoped that the bilateral relations between Sudan and Egypt will witness further progress and prosperity.

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on 2012/8/9 12:10:00

Open in new windowThe Leadership Office of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) held a meeting Wednesday evening to discuss files of negotiations and progress they made. The deputy chairman of the party Nafi Ali Nafi said that the members of the office discussed the outcome of negotiations between the government of Sudan led by Kamal Obied and the Sudan people Liberation Movement- North sector (SPLM-N) on the issue of the Blue Nile and South Kordofan states held in the Ethiopian capital under mediation by the African Union. Mr. Nafi added that the members of the leadership office have been briefed on details of developments on the security and oil files negotiated in a recent round of talks by the delegations of Sudan and South Sudan held in Addis Ababa under the African Union mediators. He said that the leadership office took decisions and procedures to guarantee interests of the citizens and realize peace in the country.

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on 2012/8/9 12:01:57

Open in new windowThe Head of the government delegation for the negotiations on the Blue Nile and South Kordofan States Kamal Obeid will pay a field visit to the two areas to meet the executive and legislative leaders and civil society organizations to hold discussions on the issues under negotiation toward unifying the stances.
In a related development, the Mechanism of the People of Nuba Mountains has affirmed importance of the ongoing negotiations and consultations to realize a lasting peace in the South Kordofan State and to extend more opportunities for contribution to resolving the problems of the region. The chairman of the mechanism, Salah Biraima, has said in a press conference held Wednesday at Sudanese Media Center (SMC) that the memo on aid access to the Blue Nile and South Kordofan States, which was signed by Sudan recently in Addis Ababa, has fully expressed the desire of the ruling National Congress Party to reach solutions via cooperation with all parties.
He noted that the memo that was presented in Addis Ababa by the Northern sector of the SPLM did not reflect the aspirations of the people of the Blue Nile and South Kordofan States, calling for the participation of the Nuba people of South Kordofan State in the negotiations to play a key role for development and progress in the area.

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on 2012/8/9 12:00:47

Open in new windowThe Minister of Oil Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz has reviewed boosting of economic relations between Sudan and the United States of America during a meeting at his office Wednesday, with the American Charge d'Affaires in Sudan Ambassador Joseph D. Stafford. Mr. Al-Jaz acquainted the American diplomat on various investment opportunities in Sudan, particularly in oil sector.
The meeting discussed the recent agreement on oil concluded by Sudan and South Sudan. DMr. Al-Jaz said that the situations between the two countries progressed in a good manner after the agreement which would be followed by agreements on the other pending issues.
The Minister of Oil assured the American Charge d'Affaires on the calmness of security situations and stability of humanitarian conditions in the states of Blue Nile and Southern Kordofan, pointing out that the two states were not disputable with the South Sudan.
For his part, the U.S Charge d'Affaires to Sudan welcomed the agreement between Sudan and South Sudan on the issue of oil, hoping that the two sides reached a solution for all issues of conflict, praising calmness of the security conditions in the adjacent states.
The ambassador Stafford said that his country's government was concerned with the humanitarian situations at the states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile as well as the talks between Sudan and South Sudan in Addis Ababa.

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on 2012/8/9 12:00:00

Open in new windowThe Commissioner of the humanitarian aid Commission Suliman Abdulrahman said that the agreement concluded by the government of Sudan and the tripartite partners (United Nations, African Union and Arab League) on providing humanitarian aid to the affected civilians in the areas controlled by the SPLM-N rebels in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, has come into effect as of the August 5th and will last up to the November 2nd. He added that the government will control the whole operation and will not permit any activities in this regard without her knowledge and permission.

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