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Summit between Sudan, Chad and Central African for Securing Joint Borders
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Mar 18, 2011 - 7:43:15 AM

Summit between Sudan, Chad and Central African for Securing Joint Borders


Ndjamena, March 17 (SUNA)- The President of Chad, Idris Deby, announced that a tripartite summit will be held between the Presidents of Sudan, Chad and the Central African Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, Idris Deby, and Philip Bouzeze, respectively, to discuss the ways to secure the joint borders. He appreciated the successes reached by the Joint Sudanese - Chadian Forces along the border between the two countries which extends for 1350 kilometers


In a press statement after his meeting Thursday in Ndjamena with the Chadian President, the Minister of Defence, Gen. Abdul-Rahim Mohamed Hussein, said that they deliberated about the current incidents in Libya and their impacts on Sudan and Chad


Gen. Hussein said that he discussed with President Deby progress of the relations between the two countries in all fields, especially concerning the relations between the Ministries in the two countries


He referred to successes achieved by the joint Sudanese - Chadian forces, a matter which was reflected in the increase of the volume of the exchange of trade and decrease of the crime rate


Gen. Hussein said that the meeting tackled the strategic projects that will link the two countries, such as the railway line between Nyala, Genaina and Ndjamena toward linking Ndjamena with Port-Sudan at the Red Sea, besides continuing the project of illumination of the villages at the joint border and establishing health utilities and schools at the border area



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