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Sudan Appreciates Strong Relations With Eritrea



Sudan Appreciates Strong Relations With Eritrea

President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omar al-Bashir, has appreciated firmness of the Sudanese - Eritrean relations, news agency SUNA disclosed.

This came when he received Sunday the Ambassador of Eritrea to Sudan, Mohamed Saeed Montabe, on the occasion of the expiry of his assignment to Sudan.

President Al-Bashir has called for further consolidation to the bilateral relations between Khartoum and Asmara to be a model for the firm ties between nations at the region.He expressed his appreciation of the role done by the ambassador for cementing the relations between Sudan and Eritrea.

Meanwhile, the Eritrean Ambassador praised the support and facilities accorded to him during his assignment to Sudan, hoping that the bilateral relations between Sudan and Eritrea will witness more progress in all domains for the interest of the two peoples.


President Omar al-Bashir with President Isias Afwerki near the Semenawi Bahri road in Eritrea - Jan. 17, 2014

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8 comments:

  1. The Eritrean Diplomat Camel is marching, even do the Mad dogs/Weyane are barking to stop the Camel from marching forward.
    Nkid Nsekum Tirah!!!
    Haqi aytqbernya!!!

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  2. Yes Mussie Nkid, Nsegum Tirah..

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  3. One is wanted by ICC,the other one is he is on his way.....

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  4. Al Bashir Receives Message from President Afwerki
    Khartoum – President of the Republic Omer Al Bashir has received a written message from his Eritrean counterpart Issias afwerki dealing with mutual cooperation between the two countries. The message was conveyed to the President by Afwerki's envoy.

    Al Bashir lauded the distinguished relations between Sudan and Eritrea and instructed competent authorities to coordinate with Eritrea to further develop relations and mutual cooperation between the two countries.

    Yemane Gebreab, the Eritrean envoy said in press statements that he handed over a message to President Al Bashir dealing with mutual cooperation between the two countries besides exchange of views on important regional issues.

    He highlighted rapprochement between the two countries on local and regional issues, adding that the message emphasized the importance of continued interaction between the two countries.

    Meanwhile, President Al Bashir at a meeting with Ambassador of Eritrea to Sudan who called on him on the occasion of expiry of his tenure, called for further efforts to improve bilateral relations between the two countries to serve as model for regional ties. He expressed his thanks for the role undertaken by the ambassador during his service in Sudan.

    Ambassador Mohamed Saeed, in press statements expressed his thanks and gratitude for Sudanese government and people for their cooperation and facilitation of his mission during his tenure in Sudan and expressed hope that ties will further develop in all areas.



    http://news.sudanvisiondaily.com/details.html?rsnpid=234219

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  5. I thought he eat the camel.
    I thought the Rashaida slaughtered the camel as part of a deep respect for PIA.

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  6. Where Is Z CruiseApril 7, 2014 at 4:46 AM

    At the same time, Bashir said he had given orders to release all political prisoners "who have not committed criminal offenses.

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/04/07/357493/sudan-to-release-political-prisoners/

    is it time Eritrea release all prisoners who have not committed crime??

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  7. Of Course, Al bashir is not the worst enemy of his people as the "mad dog" is.

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  8. Speaking of a Camel :)

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