KSA Launches Initiative to ending war in Yemen and Hamdok announces formation of body finance agriculture



Hamdok calls for reversed migration to the countryside
Irrigation minister: Working to increase irrigation fees in agricultural projects
The court sets April 9th ​​to close the Abdul Basit Hamza case file

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Hamdok: The peace agreement is one the most important achievements in the previous period
Forensic medicine authority: recorded 1228 unidentified corpses, some of which related to the date of the sit-in dispersal
2 dead, 7 injured in a cattle raid in South Sudan’s Unity state


Fuel crisis exacerbates drinking water problems in Central Darfur state
Special US office in support of Sudan’s democratic transition
Sudan demands from Ethiopia to pay $25 billion in compensation of Al-Fashaga occupation  


Sovereign council pledges Qissas retribution for martyrs, families stick to internationalization
Workers’ organizations discover secret amendments in trade union’s draft law
Former Merreikh Nyala player stabbed to death

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Sudan welcomes the Saudi initiative to cease fire and end the war in Yemen

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry issued a statement welcoming Saudi Arabia’s initiative to declare a comprehensive ceasefire and end the war in Yemen under the auspices of the United Nations.

The statement reiterated Sudan’s support for the initiative, which shows Saudi Arabia’s keenness to support and stabilize Yemen and all the countries in the region. The statement praised the provisions contained in the initiative, which include the opening of Sana’a airport for a number of regional and international destinations, the opening of ships through the port of Hodeidah to ensure the flow of relief and humanitarian assistance to the Yemeni people, in addition to agreeing to deposit tax and customs revenues in the joint account established in the Stockholm Agreement. The initiative emphasizes the need to initiate comprehensive consultations between all Yemeni parties to reach a comprehensive political solution to the crisis.

The Sudan appeals to the regional and international community to support the Saudi Arabian initiative, expressing the hope that the initiative will find acceptance from all Yemeni parties in order to achieve a radical solution to the Yemeni crisis and ensure stability and peace that will end the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people.


Coalition and SPLM troops arrive in Al-Fashir

Today, the Sudanese coalition forces fighters, Commander Khamis Abkar and The People’s Movement forces in the north of the Darfur sector, led by Commander Abdul Khaliq Dodin, arrived in the capital of North Darfur state.

The troops roamed the streets of the city to army square amid a large welcome from the citizens of Al-Fashir on the occasion of their joining the Sudan Peace Agreement.

Brigadier Gen. Bushra Ali Abbas, commander of military intelligence division at the 6th Infantry Division, welcomed the arrival of these forces to Al-Fashir in order to enforce the security arrangements incorporated in the agreement on “Sudan Peace” signed between the transitional government and armed struggle movements.

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Coordination between Khartoum and N’Djamena to combat transnational crimes

Chadian ambassador to Sudan, Abdel-Karim Kuibroa, revealed coordination between Khartoum and N’Djamena to combat cross-border crimes such as terrorism and human trafficking.

He described the joint forces between the two countries as a successful experience at the regional and global level, due to the similar cultural, security and military mentality in both two countries.

With regard to economic integration, the Chadian ambassador in Khartoum, Abdel-Karim Kuibroa, declared his country’s desire for more investments in Sudan and the exploitation of Sudanese ports to transport goods imported and exported to Chad from various resources.


The Chadian ambassador affirmed the strength of relations between Sudan and Chad and their distinction over all relations on the African continent due to the popular ties in the two countries.

Speaking to Radio Biladi, he explained that the stability of Chad is a factor in the stability of Sudan, which rendered the leadership of N’Djamena make great efforts to push forward the peace negotiations between the government and the armed struggle movements until they culminated in the signing of the Juba Peace Agreement.

The Chadian ambassador in Khartoum called on AbdelwahidMohamed Nur and Abdelaziz Al-Hilu to join the Juba Agreement, stressing that his country is seeking, pushing and encouraging Abdel Wahid and Al-Hilu to return to negotiations to complete the comprehensive peace in the country.


The German ambassador confirms his country’s support for the Sudanese government

The German ambassador in Khartoum affirmed his country’s support for Sudan’s efforts to promote stability, build sustainable peace, and help meet needs.

The German ambassador met with the government of North Darfur state, yesterday, during his visit to the state, with the aim of examining the projects implemented by the German Agency for Development (GIZ) in a number of localities in the state. He also met service sector officials to assess needs and determine actual priorities.

The governor’s representative debriefed on the situation in the state and the plan to protect civilians following UNAMID’s exit, indicating the stability of the security situation.


Japan distributes ambulances in four areas south of Khartoum

The Japanese Embassy in Khartoum launched a project aiming to distribute ambulances in 4 areas around Khartoum State, funded by the Japanese government, to enhance provision of emergency medical services.

Mayo area and its vicinities are deemed of special consideration due to the movement of refugees from southern Sudan and Darfuri IDPs who are settling there, where more than 190 thousand people live in the extended area south of Khartoum.

The Japanese project is designed to improve health and medical services in four areas in Mayo, and aims in particular to enhance the capacity to provide emergency medical services due to the lack of ambulances in Mayo and the surrounding areas, so that local community residents can enjoy emergency medical services and transport to larger hospitals in the surrounding areas.

“The project will lead to achieving the third goal of the sustainable development goals, it is just the beginning of our efforts and we need to work together to change the world to a better place,” said the Japanese Chargé d’Affairs at the inauguration ceremony.

On her part, director programs at Al-Manar Voluntary Organization, Hoda Al-Jali, said: “Given that this project will be implemented, it will be easy and possible to transfer emergency patients in a timely manner to the nearest hospital.”

The Chargé d’Affairs at the embassy asked the program director to make use of the grant to the maximum extent possible for people who need to provide timely medical services in the four areas, and the program director pledged to do so.



Khartoum urges Addis Ababa to accept the Quartet’s proposal

The Sudanese government called on its Ethiopian counterpart to accept Sudan’s proposal calling for an international quartet mediation for expanding the “GERD” negotiations.

The Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Dr. Yasser Abbas, said Sudan’s proposal calls for expanding the mediation by including the United States, the European Union, the United Nations and the African Union for negotiations.

A demand to which the Ethiopian government confirmed rejection through the foreign ministry spokesperson, Mr. Dina Mufti, affirming his country’s adherence to African mediation.

Addressing a ceremony held by the Ministry of Irrigation in Khartoum on the occasion of the World Water Day, Minister Abbas explained that the Renaissance Dam negotiations have been stalled for some time due to the negotiation methodology, indicating that Sudan has for some time been demanding that the African Union experts be given a greater role in facilitating a binding and legal agreement.

He renewed the warning that any unilateral move to conduct the second filling of the Renaissance Dam will threaten the lives of more than 20 million Sudanese on the banks of the Blue Nile, as well as threatening the Roseires Reservoir and all installations on the Nile, and he considered it absolutely unacceptable for Sudan.


Hamdok announces the creation of an agricultural finance portfolio

The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdullah Hamdok, announced the creation of an agricultural finance portfolio.

He said that the agricultural sector will continue to drive the country’s development process as 70% of the population depends on it.

Addressing the first agricultural conference in Khartoum yesterday, he stressed the state’s support for the agricultural sector and its advancement through the use of modern technologies and attention to manufacturing industries, calling for the importance of reverse migration to the countryside and agriculture in the spirit of change and hope to fight poverty and hunger, announcing the formation of a portfolio of agricultural financing.

Hamdok stressed the importance of reviewing policies and developing a comprehensive short and long-term strategic plan focusing on the axis of agricultural finance and productive family projects.

He said that building an attractive ground for investment is one of the most important goals of the transitional government.

Miners reject the decision to impose one thousand pounds on a gram of goldThe preliminary committee of goldsmiths and miners has declared its rejection and opposition to decision No. (44) by the Sudanese Company for Mineral Resources imposing SDG1000 on a gram of gold, through a gold collection form.

The committee demanded the cancellation of the decision and revealed reluctance of some mining producers to buy gold, after suffering heavy losses.

The head of the preliminary committee of goldsmiths and miners, Mohamed Ibrahim Tabidi, announced their rejection of the decision, and said in a press conference yesterday, that miners work in difficult conditions and face the problems of drinking water and fuel shortage, as well as lacking means of safety and health, demanding the necessity (to involve them in consultation) to set decisions and remove obstacles that lie ahead, alluding to reconsideration of this dossier by the government of the transitional period.

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