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on 2015/4/26 8:59:53

Open in new windowThe National Elections Commission (NEC) will announce Monday results of the presidential, geographical, and national and states constituencies’ elections that took place in the country and abroad on the 13th of April. The results will be announced in a press conference at the main hall of the Friendship Hall in Khartoum.
The secretary- general of the NEC Jalal Mohammed said it was open for the political parties’ leaders, national figures, elections partners’ including civil society organizations, technical teams and media to attend the press conference. He added that details of the results will be provided for the political parties and candidates who took part in the election.

on 2015/4/26 8:50:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese First Vice President of the Republic, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih returned home Saturday after leading Sudan’s delegation participating in the centennial anniversary of Hanki Battle and International Peace Summit which were held in Turkey during current April 23-24.

The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Ismail said in press statements at Khartoum Air Port that the participation was expression to Sudan’s support to Turkey and that presidents of over 3o countries attended the celebrations.

He added that the FVP held meeting with the Turkish President, Recep Tayyib Erdogan and several Turkish officials within the context of bilateral relations.

He further added that the meeting discussed a host of issues of common interest.

The Minister said taht the FVP also met at the sideline of the celebrations with a number of Presidents.

He disclosed that the First Vice President of the Republic held meetings with a number of Turkish officials and commercial and economic corporations and that outcome of these meetings will be translated to mutual cooperation between the two countries.

on 2015/4/26 8:40:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Minister of Defense, Lt Gen. Abdul-Rahim Hussein discussed with his Djiboutian counterpart bilateral relations , aspects of joint cooperation and issues of mutual concern.

This came during a meeting Saturday which brought together the two Ministers at the sideline of meetings of Ministers of Defense of Eastern Africa Countries which was held at Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum and was addressed by the President of the Republic Omer Albashir.

on 2015/4/26 8:30:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Director-General of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), Lt Gen. Mohammed Atta said that the Decisive Summer Operations against armed rebels will go on; disclosing that this year will be the last year for rebellion in the country.

Gen. Atta, meanwhile, said the elections held mid April were calmly and transparently conducted and without problems albeit spreading of rumors.

Addressing graduation ceremony of batch(79) and (5) of NISS elements at Karari Saturday, the NISS Director-General hailed participation of people of Sudan in the elections, pointing out that the coming stage is important for it will be a stage of construction , comprehensive development and national dialogue.

He said that the Armed Forces began new stage in South Kurdofan to eleminate rebellion and protect the people, referring to extensive operations being conducted by the Rapid Support Forces in the Darfur States to eradicate rebellion there, calling on opposition to listen to peace calls and join processes of peace and construction.

Gen. Atta went to stress that Sudan’s external relations, especially with friendly and sisterly countries, remarkably improved and that has weaken morale of those depend on foreign embargo to weaken the State.

He underlined, in signal to aggressions recently committed by rebels against armless citizens in South Kurdofan State, that such aggressions would not halt progress of development, stressing that the elections have safely and calmly ended.

Gen. Atta refuted allegations circulated by some quarters that NISS has arrested some activists during the elections, asserting that NISS did not arrest any body.

on 2015/4/26 8:20:00

Open in new windowThe Ministry of Finance and National Economy has prepared a matrix of required pillars, total goals and policies as well as the bodies in charge of implementation of the Five-year Programme for Economic Reform 2015-2019.
The matrix stressed, in the economic development axis, importance of focusing on the macro-economic performance to reduce inflation and poverty, to achieve economic stability, increase of economic growth in the light of available natural and human resources as well as the support of agricultural sector through marketing and storage policies and establishment and rehabilitation of infrastructure.
the Matrix emphasized necessity of giving concern to the debt oil companies and partners, increase of oil extraction and the hedge to find alternative resources to the agreement on the transfer of the state of South Sudan's petroleum at the end of its duration in the middle of the Five-year Programme.
The Matrix urged that concern must be given to the banking reform, exchange rate stability and reduction of inflation rate, besides consolidation of competitiveness of the Sudanese goods and products as well as absorption of non-organized sector into the productive sector

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