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Sudan: No Military Deployed on Eritrean Border

“The paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) fighters deployed in Kassala, not on the Eritrean border, to support the recently declared State of Emergency in the State” – Governor

The Wali (governor) of Kassala State, Adam Jama’a, dismisses the fake news reports to underline that relation with Eritrea is eternal and goes deep into history.

BY SUDAN TRIBUNE

In an attempt to stop the growing rumours, the governor of Kassala State, Mr. Adam Jama’a, on Friday afternoon, denied government militia Rapid Support Forces (RSF) fighters haven’t been deployed on the Eritrean border, saying they were dispatched to Kassala to support the state of emergency order. Continue reading Sudan: No Military Deployed on Eritrean Border

Sudan President Lauds Firmness of Relation With Eritrea

President Al-Bashir Affirms Firmness of Sudanese-Eritrean Relations

By Sudanese Foreign Ministry,

President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Bashir has affirmed the strong relations linking Sudan to Eritrea, lauding the level of cooperation in all domains .

This came when the President met, Thursday, at his office, at the Council of Ministers, the Eritrean Finance Minister, Mr. Berhane Habtemariam, in the presence of the Finance Minister, Badr Edeen Mahmoud .

The Eritrean Minister said the meeting discussed the strengthening of cooperation between Khartoum and Asmara, the increase of trade volume and the development of trade between the two countries. Continue reading Sudan President Lauds Firmness of Relation With Eritrea

President Isaias Concludes Sudan Visit

Eritrea – Sudan relation is cordial and strategic. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (R) sits with Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki (L) during a meeting following the latter’s arrival in the capital Khartoum, on June 11, 2015. (Photo credit: ASHRAF SHAZLY)

By TesfaNews,

ERITREAN President Isaias has concluded his three-day working visit to the Republic of Sudan and left for his country today.

In the course of his visit, the President held extensive discussions with President Omar Hassan Al-Beshir and other Sudanese government officials on ways and means of strengthening socio-economic ties, cooperation and partnership between the two peoples as well international developments of of mutual importance to both countries. Continue reading President Isaias Concludes Sudan Visit

President Isaias Arrives in Khartoum for State Visit

President Isaias up on arrival in Khartoum. The visit is part of previous visits and consultations on bilateral issues and economic cooperation between Eritrea and Sudan.

By TesfaNews,

PRESIDENT President Isaias Afwerki have arrived in Khartoum today to start his official state visit to the country.

He was greeted upon arrival at Khartoum International Airport by President of the Republic Field Marshal Omar al-Bashir and a number of state officials.

Sudanese State news agency SUNA reports the visit will last several days.  Continue reading President Isaias Arrives in Khartoum for State Visit

President Al Bashir Concludes Three Days State Visit to Eritrea

Sudan-Eritrea relation will serve as a model to other African countries to follow

By Sudan Vision,

President of the Republic Omer Al Bashir and the delegation accompanying returned to the country after concluding a three-day visit to Eritrea in which the president debated with President Isaias Afewerki, Eritrean president, the development of bilateral relations as well as reinforcing mutual interests.

The president was received in Khartoum International Airport by Ali Osman Mohammed Taha, first Vice president, and a number of high ranking government officials.  Continue reading President Al Bashir Concludes Three Days State Visit to Eritrea

Eritrea and Sudan Signed Range of Cooperation Agreements

The improved relation between Sudan and Eritrea is here to stay

By TesfaNews,

Eritrea and neighboring Sudan took their warm and cordial diplomatic relation to an all-time high by entering in to a broader range of cooperation agreements.

In addition to the existing trade, peace and security cooperation agreements, the two countries recently intensified their engagement by strengthening cooperation in natural resources, agriculture and education.  Continue reading Eritrea and Sudan Signed Range of Cooperation Agreements