Voice of the unheard & home to the homeless
Front Page  
 Latest News
 Articles and Analysies
 Press Releases
 Photo Gallery
 About Sudan
  Sudanese Music
  Sudanese Links
  Discussion Board
  2006 News Archives
  2006 Articles Archives
  2006 Press R.Archives
  2005 News Archives
  2005 Articles Archives
  2005 Press R.Archives
  PC&Internet Forum
  Poll System
  Tell A Friend
  Upload Your Picture
  Contact Us


Latest News Last Updated: Feb 7, 2010 - 8:25:33 AM

Arrangements Completed in Cairo for Visit of the Vice - President

Email this article
 Printer friendly page

Arrangements Completed in Cairo for Visit of the Vice - President


Cairo, Feb. 7 (SUNA)- Sudan Ambassador to Cairo and Sudan envoy to the Arab League, Gen. Abdul-Rahman Siral-Khatim, said that all the preparations were finalized for the visit of the Vice - President of the Republic, Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, to Cairo, which is scheduled to begin Sunday, in response to an invitation from the Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Ahmed Nazhif


Gen. Siral-Khatim described the Sudanese - Egyptian relations as distinguished and firm


He said in a statement to SUNA that the visit of the Vice - President to Cairo aims to boosting the integration between Sudan and Egypt and comes within framework of the bilateral contacts and consultations between the two countries on the political and regional issues


Gen. Siral-Khatim said that Taha will inform the Egyptian leadership about the current political situation in Sudan, adding that the two parties will discuss ways to consolidate the economic and cultural relations between Sudan and Egypt, as well as means of bolstering the coordination between them in all issues of mutual concern


He indicated that Taha will acquaint President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak with the latest political developments in Sudan and the ongoing efforts for realizing peace in Darfur


He said that the Sudanese and Egyptian parties will hold a session of talks to review means of boosting the cooperation between the two sister countries in all fields. Gen. Siral-Khatim said that the Vice - Minister will also meet with the Egyptian Minister, Ahmed Abul-Ghait and Egyptian businessmen


He indicated that Taha will honour Monday in Cairo the Egyptian national football team who lately won Africa Cup, in the presence of the Arab and African ambassadors to Egypt, adding that Taha will also meet with the Sudanese community in Egypt to acquaint them with the current situation in Sudan and the challenges facing Sudan


The ambassador referred to the preparations taking place to hold meetings of the Arab League, at the level of the envoys, in the capital of North Darfur, Al-Fasher, on February 13 and to inaugurate model villages for displaced people in Darfur with participation of the Arab League's Secretary General


Gen. Siral-Khatim has appreciated the role of the Arab League in supporting Sudan, especially concerning Darfur issue


Ambassador Gen. Siral-Khatim also referred to his recent visit to Juba and his meeting with the First Vice - President and President of the Government of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, indicating that they discussed arrangements for holding the Arab Investment Conference on February 23, which is sponsored by the Arab League, in Juba toward boosting the stability in south Sudan



© Copyright by SudaneseOnline.com

Please feel free to send us your Articles , Analysies news and press releases to [email protected]

Top of Page

This report does not necessarily reflect the views of Sudanese Online.com

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Latest News
  • Taha Leads Sudan Delegation Participating in France-African Summit
  • Sudan Envoy to UN says movements of the so-called ICC exposed attempts to disturb current historic developments in Sudan
  • Taha to Lead Sudan Delegation for African - French Summit in Nice City
  • President Al-Bashir Receives Message from President Kibaki
  • SPLM Wary of President Bashirs Referendum Pledge
  • Dr. Sabir Al-Hassan Leads Sudan Delegation to ADB Meetings in Cote d'Ivoire
  • Southern Sudan HIV/AIDS infections on the rise
  • Journalists held for boycotting Sudan inauguration
  • Dr. Ismail meets Obasanjo, Discuss Sudanese-Nigerian Relations
  • President of Malawi, Prime Minister of Ethiopia expected to arrive in Khartoum Thursday morning
  • Sudan's Bashir Sworn In to Another 5-Year Term
  • President Mohamed Ould Abdel Azizof Mauritania arrives in Khartoum
  • Kenyan Vice President Musyoka Arrives in Khartoum to Take Part in inaguartion of President Al-Bashir
  • Kingsport helps Sudanese town design land use plan
  • Dialogue, co-op vital to end Nile row
  • Intn'l court reports Sudan to UN
  • Qatari Prime Minister and Dr. Salahuddin Review Developments in Peace Process in Darfur
  • President Al-Bashir Congratulates Premier Zenawi on Winning of his Party in the Ethiopian Elections
  • Minister of Interior Meets Wali of North Kordofan State
  • Sudan slams Human Rights Watch
  • Sudan charges opposition journalist with terrorism
  • Dr. Ismail: UN, AU, Arab League and OIC will Participate in Al-Bashir's Inauguration
  • Dr. Nafie: New Government will be One of United Programme and Vision
  • SDU (UK & I) Ireland Chapter meeting
  • Washington DC Marchers Protest Darfur Genocide
  • Egypt's Citadel starts power project for Sudan cement plant
  • Rwanda: Dialogue Will Resolve the Nile Water Dispute
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Tahir Nominated as Speaker of National Assembly
  • Al-Zahawi Ibrahim Malik: Unity shall be the Best Choice for Southern Citizens
  • Dr. Al-Jaz Launches Electricity Project for Northern Rural Area of Khartoum North
  • Dr. Nafie: Sudanese Workers' Trade Union Federation Plays the Greatest Role in Facing Tyranny
  • Sudanese authorities shut newspaper in crackdown
  • Salva Kiir receives message from Secretary General of the Arab League
  • UN Names Countries, Groups Using Child Soldiers
  • Salva Kiir Inaugurated As President of South Sudan
  • Kiir Pledges to Work for Making Unity the Attractive Option
  • Salva Kiir Sworn in as President of the Government of South Sudan
  • Second Sudanese opposition leader arrested: family
  • Darfur rebels say 200 killed in clashes with army
  • Egyptian Irrigation Minister Declares Joint Sudanese - Egyptian Vision that Includes their Rights on Use of Nile Water
  • Arab - Chinese Cooperation Forum Lauds Sudan Elections
  • Sudan and Egypt Agree to Continue Efforts to Unite Nile Basin Countries
  • Darfur rebel leader's 19-hour standoff ends
  • SUDAN: Key post-referendum issues
  • Debts of Sudan Amount to 37.7 Billion US dollars, IMF Agree to Negotiate with Sudan
  • Slva Kiir Receives Written Message from Eritrean President
  • Dr. Fedail Conveys Message from President Al-Bashir to Ethiopian Prime Minister
  • American woman among 3 aid workers kidnapped in Darfur
  • Darfur Jem leader Khalil Ibrahim stopped in Chad
  • Analysis: Ten years of talks - and still no resolution to Nile controversy
  • Chad Rejects Entry of Khalil Ibrahim to its Territories, Declared him Persona non-Grata Deby to Visit Sudan next Week
  • Dean of Bar Association: Israel Aims to spliting South Sudan
  • Taha Affirms State Commitment to Expand Security and Stability all over the Country
  • SUDAN: Bol Manyiel, "I can still buy more guns with my remaining cattle"
  • Salva Kiir, USAID Official Discuss Food Security Situation
  • U.S. Starts $55 Million Agriculture Program in Southern Sudan
  • Sudan: Govt Arrests Top Bashir Critic
  • Secretary General of the Assembly calls on the Elected Deputies to Attend Procedural Sitting
  • SUDAN: Disarmament doubts in Lakes State
  • Egypt police kill Sudanese migrant near Israel border
  • Sudanese army seizes Jebel Moun JEM base
  • Sudan Arrests Islamist Opposition Leader Turabi
  • Agricultural Bank finalizes preparations to inaugurate 12 branches in Gezira State to focus on micro finance
  • In Phone Call with Al-Qaddafi: President Al-Bashir Affirms Progress of Sudanese - Chadian Relations
  • Fishing festival promotes Sudans fish resources