Saturday, December 20, 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

President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, expressed his appreciation over the stances of the Coptic community in support of the unity, stability and development of the country. President Al-Bashir reiterated during his meeting at the presidential palace Sunday the Patriarch of Alexandria, Pope Theodoros II, the commitment of the state to promote values of tolerance and peaceful coexistence among the various components of the Sudanese society