Latest in Tag: Sudan Highlight
Latest in Tag: Sudan
Meeting over Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) will be first of 2021 after month-long suspension
Sudan Sovereign Council Chairperson Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan says country keen to address the issue of violations by Ethiopian farmers on Sudanese lands
Year 2020 witnessed GERD negotiations under supervision of US President Donald Trump and with World Bank participation
‘We aim to arrest those involved in clashes, collect weapons,’ says South Darfur Governor
Egypt’s Minister of Finance Mohamed Maait has reviewed the results of recent joint meetings to discuss reinforcing transit trade for Sudanese goods through Egyptian ports.
Border between the two countries has witnessed rising tensions after Sudan army announced last week that Ethiopian forces ambushed its soldiers
More than 52,000 refugees have fled Tigray into eastern Sudan over the past six weeks, according to the UN refugee agency.
Talks came days after Sudanese soldiers were ambushed, killed by Ethiopian troops
The international borders with Ethiopia are known and indisputable, and we will not give up an inch of our country’s land,” said Sudan army
AP reported that military officials from Sudan said the attack left at least four troops, including a major, dead and wounded a dozen others.
“We are also working to scale up humanitarian assistance in the Tigray region once access is re-established,” UN spokesperson said.
Egypt and Sudan rely on the Nile river for their fresh water and are concerned that the Nile dam might affect their water resources.
“The congressional notification period of 45 days has lapsed and the Secretary of State has signed a notification stating rescission of Sudan’s State Sponsor of Terrorism designation is effective as of today (December 14),” the embassy said in a statement.
Sudan stressed on importance of continuing negotiations as only way to resolve differences
His passing comes at the end of a long and very fulfilling life that represented a crucial addition to the country’s political life during its most difficult moments.
Ambassador Abdel Khalek’s comments came during his participation in an African Peace and Security Council meeting on the situation in Sudan’s Darfur region.
Reports from Ethiopia show that Addis Ababa aims to use the negotiations as a tactical manoeuvre to avoid signing a legally binding agreement that may restrict its ambitions to build more dams on its transboundary rivers, whether the Blue Nile, the Atbara, or the Sobat.
Agreement is part of US pledge to remove Sudan from list of states sponsoring terrorism
Meeting comes after several weeks of suspended talks between three countries
During a virtual meeting between the two sides, El-Wazir discussed ways of enhancing the joint cooperation in various transportation fields. The Egyptian minister handed the signed agreement to Sudan’s Ambassador in Cairo, Mohamed Al-Yas, in order for the agreement to be signed by Ibn Auf.
On Friday, US President Donald Trump announced that Sudan has agreed to normalise relations with Tel Aviv, making Sudan the third Arab country to do so, following the UAE and Bahrain in recent weeks. The new deal marks a new foreign policy achievement for Trump ahead of the US presidential election.
Egypt hopes US move will mark beginning of new horizon for Sudan towards prosperity
Higher Committee for treating injured, recently created by Sudanese cabinet, starts joint cooperation with Egyptian team to examine cases
Agreement aimed at resolving regional conflicts that have cost hundreds of thousands of lives, displaced millions
Bilateral discussions take place on situation in Sudan alongside other regional issues
Relief team from Egyptian Red Crescent has been in Sudan since beginning of large-scale floods
Egypt’s President directed for all means of support to be provided for Sudan, says Mostafa Madbouly
Egypt’s Minister of Health Hala Zayed sets schedule for remedial aids needed in Sudan
Over 100,000 houses have now been partially destroyed due to floods
Sudan announced State of Emergency following unprecedented floods which have killed 99 and injured 46 others