Norway and Britain Issue Joint Statement about the Lifting of American Sanctions on Sudan

Gms: Khartoum, October 10 (SUNA)

Norway and the United Kingdom have congratulated the government of Sudan on the lifting of US economic sanctions in appreciation of the efforts of Sudan in various fields, including the stoppage of fighting, the improvement in accessof humanitarian aid to the needy people and the cooperation with the international community in combating terrorism.

In a joint communiqué, Norway and the United Kingdom have described the decision lifting sanctions as historic and paving the way for further economic development in favor of the Sudanese people.
The two countries also described the decision as an important event for Sudan to resume its communication with the international community, indicating that there are still challenges facing Sudan.


Gms: Khartoum, October 21 (SUNA)

The Minister of Transportation, Roads and Bridges, engineer, Makkawi Mohamed Awad, met with the visiting delegation of the Turkish railways, led by engineer, Issa Abdin, the Chairman of Board of Directors, and General Director of the Turkish Railways, accompanied by a number of companies working in the railways field, in the presence of engineer Ibrahim Fadul Abdalla, the Director General of the Sudan's Railways Corporation.

Amid wide celebration scenes and great show-up from spectators and participants the FirstVice president, the PM Bakri Hassan Saleh opened the International Book Exhibition at the exhibitions land at Burri east Khartoum.

Gms: Khartoum, Oct. 20 (SUNA)

On a field visit to the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, the Ministers of Water Resources and Irrigation in Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt stressed the spirit of cooperation between the three countries during their visit to the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Wednesday at the invitation of the Ethiopian side accompanying by the National Technical Committees.

Gms: Washington, Oct. 18 (SUNA)

The Islamic Development Bank Group has affirmed its continuity in support to Sudan and provision of funding for Sudan development projects.

The Sudanese woman is looking eagerly to assume the highest post in the country: the presidency. One of the leaders of the Sudanese woman union, Amna Abdul Sadig said that the Sudanese woman can lead the country in the near future.