UN chief assistant, Sudanese officials discuss issues of peacekeeping field support

July 2018 (KHARTOUM) – UN Under-Secretary-General for Field Support Atul Khare is visiting Sudan to assess the needs of the UN missions in Darfur, Abyei as well as the UN country team which will see its duties expanded in Darfur to second the reduced blue helmet in western Sudan to achieve their mandate.
Khare is expected to meet senior officials of the Government of the Republic of Sudan, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of National Defence. Also, he will visit (…)


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اسعار صرف الدولار والعملات مقابل الجنية في السودان اليوم الإثنين 23-7-2018م

 مؤشر سودانية ٢٣ لأسعار صرف العملات الأجنبية في ( السوق الحرة، السوق الموازي) مقابل الجنيه السوداني بالخرطوم يوم الإثنين 23 يوليو 2018م.مؤشر سودانية ٢٣ لأسعار السوق (السوق الحرة، السوق السوداء ):الدولار الأمريكي46.40 …

The Power We Are Demanding in Soba

By Stephen Par Kuol
The ongoing crisis in the Republic of South Sudan has been miss-portrayed in so many quarters as a power struggle among South Sudanese elites over the spoils of their state-sanctioned graft. That widely accepted fallacy has terribly smeared the merits of the principles and structural issues of the ongoing power-sharing debate from Addis-Ababa to Soba. The most asked but unanswered questions in this timely critical discourse are: why power and why it is so prudent to (…)


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Sudan’s VP, DDR commissioner discuss disarmament campaign

July 22, 2018 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s Vice-President and head of the higher committee for a collection of illicit weapons and unregulated vehicles Hassabo Mohamed Abdel-Rahman has instructed to form sub-committees to follow-up on the implementation of the disarmament campaign.
Vice-President Abdel-Rahman Sunday met the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) commissioner Salah al-Tayeb in his office at the Republican Palace.
During the meeting, al-Tayeb briefed Abdel-Rahman on his (…)


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U.S. will not support “narrow” peace agreement in South Sudan: White House

July 22, 2018 (WASHINGTON) – The White House distanced itself from the IGAD brokered talks for peace in South Sudan saying they would not support the implementation of a “narrow agreement” Juba government and the opposition sign in the upcoming days.
The government of President Salva Kiir and opposition groups are expected to sign an agreement on the implementation of the 2015 peace process mediated by the East African bloc of the IGAD countries.
The parties are now finalizing the (…)


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