Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Sudan denies smuggling of chemical weapons from Libya to Hamas and Hezbollah through its territories

 The Undersecretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambasador Rahamtalla Mohamed Osman has denied reports published by some web sites alledging Khartoum was rafficking chemical weapons from Libya to Hamas and Hezbollah via the Sudan. Ambassador. Osman described the allegations as unfounded, renewing Sudan’s commitment to the agreement banning spread of chemical weapons.

He said Sudan will take the necessary measures to preserve its right in this connection, adding that the allegations aimed at undermining the efforts being exerted to lift Sudan’s name from the list of the countries sponsoring terrorism.

 

 

News Flash

Vice President of the Republic, Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, has renewed the government keenness to maintain the unity between the north and the south, stressing that Sudan will work to realize the voluntary unity and to abort the plots being woven against the homelandز Addressing the leaderships of the Farmers Union of Gezira and Al-Managel Schemes, taha said that we will not surrender to the obstacles which were put on the path of unity, affirming the importance of boosting the unity of Sudan