Egypt Supports Sudan's Call for Immediate Withdrawal of South Sudan Troops ... - Sudan Vision

Khartoum - Egypt announced its indefinite support to Sudan's call for withdrawal of the forces of the State of South Sudan from Heglig and expressed its astonishment regarding the hostile behavior of the State of South Sudan toward the Sudan, at a time the two countries had been preparing for a summit between their two Presidents in order to put an end to their differences through dialogue.
This announcement came when the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammed Kamil Amru made a telephone call Friday with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ali Ahmed Karti.
The Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs pledged that Egypt will use its regional and regional weight in order to maintain the independence of Sudan as well as the integrity of its territory.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, on his part, appreciated the Egyptian supportive stance, highlighting Egypt's honourable stances toward the issues of Sudan.
Meanwhile, the official spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Al-Obaid Ahmed Morawah, announced that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has embarked on carrying out a plan to inform the world about the sound position of Sudan as well as the aggressions by the State of South Sudan.
Ambassador Morawah explained that in this connection the Minister of Foreign Affairs will begin a tour to the countries of South Africa within the coming two days to convey messages from President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al Bashir to the Presidents of South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Mozambique.
In this connection, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has set up an Emergency Chamber, including specialized team, in order to monitor and to follow up the stances of the regional and international parties from the recent aggressions against the area of Heglig by the forces of the State of South Sudan, and to further put forward recommendations to the leadership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in this connection.


By SUNA, 2 hours 30 minutes ago 

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