Sudan’s new prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok, arrived in South Sudan on Thursday on his first official visit since becoming premier, declaring “the sky is the limit” for ties between the former foes.
Authorities had "seized 6.9 million euros, $351,770 and 5.7 million Sudanese pounds at (Bashir's) home which he acquired and used illegally," the judge said.
Sudan's toppled former leader Omar Al Bashir was the only person with a key to a room at the presidential palace holding millions of euros, his last office manager testified on Saturday.
The prospects for further advancing UAE-Sudan relations were reviewed by His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces,
Sudan’s newly appointed Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced his cabinet, the first since the military ousted autocratic President Omar al-Bashir in April.
Asma Mohamed Abdalla, a seasoned diplomat who was sacked decades ago by now ousted leader Omar Al Bashir, has become Sudan’s first female foreign minister as the country transitions to civilian rule.
In Sudan it was a huge human crisis because of the deadlock between ruling generals and protesters. The deal between ruling generals and protest leaders is a ray of hope for long-term peace in Sudan (“Celebrations as Sudanese protesters reach deal with ruling generals,” July 5, Gulf Today). There is no doubt that it’s
The agreement reached by Sudan’s Transitional Military Council, TMC, and the Forces of Freedom and Change, FFC, to establish a transitional government in the country is a hugely positive step and signals better times for the country. The UAE, on its part, has always remained a committed partner in the development
At this point of time when Sudan is going through troubled times, peace and restraint are key aspects and it is important that the country’s democratic transition takes place in a systematic and peaceful manner. As reflected in the well-meaning Twitter message by Dr Anwar Bin Mohammed Gargash, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs,