1 August 2021
Sudanese police: 52 members of our forces were injured in today's protests
Security forces in Sudan fire tear gas to disperse demonstrators in the capital, Khartoum
Ethiopian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs: We did not enter into a conflict with Sudan, and we will maintain our historical relations with it
"This is a historic moment for Sudan and its people," says @SecYellen. "The U.S. is proud to have been an early advocate for Sudan to normalize ties to the international financial institutions and helping it to secure debt relief
The President of the Sovereignty Council, the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, meets with representatives of the security arrangements organizations for peace in Darfur
Blinken "reaffirmed U.S. support for Prime Minister Hamdok and the Civilian-led Transitional Government, and they discussed the Prime Minister's new initiative to reform the Sudanese Armed Forces and integrate other forces into it as a professional army"
The Sudanese government: The economic situation will improve from the beginning of July as a result of openness to foreign countries
The Sudanese government: The necessary resources must be provided to implement the Juba Peace Agreement, including security arrangements
Khartoum — Government of Sudan: Support for the armed forces to redeploy to the eastern border
Khartoum — The Sudanese government decides to hand over elements of the former government to the International Criminal Court
Khartoum — Minister of Cabinet Affairs: The unilateral filling of the Renaissance Dam is a very serious issue
Ethiopia: We call on the Security Council to encourage Sudan and Egypt to respect the negotiating process led by the African Union
1 month ago
The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry: We do not see the need to transfer the file of the Renaissance Dam to the Security Council, and we call on Sudan to respect the African Union
Sudan has killed its customs exchange rate, used to calculate import duties, as the final step in a devaluation of its local currency, the finance ministry said on Tuesday
20% of the IMF funds received on April 27 were immediately spent by the government of South_Sudan to pay salaries for March 2021. In its April report, @IMFnews said payment of wage arrears is "the main poverty-reducing instrument currently available"
Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman: We will not stand idly by regarding Ethiopia's push for a second fill of the Renaissance Dam
Hamdok: Big challenges facing the democratic transition issues, such as the economic crisis and the civil-military partnershipة
Hamdok: We present an initiative to reform the military and security sector and form a national army
Hamdok: There is a split between the civil and military institutions in Sudan
Hamdok: The bloc leading the transitional phase in Sudan must be unified
Sudanese Prime Minister: Sudan is facing a political crisis of the first degree
Sudan, under the directives of the Committee to Eliminate Empowerment and Combat Corruption, 25 leaders of the first row of the National Congress were arrested, who were planning to cause widespread chaos in preparation for undermining the constitutional system and the armed forces taking over the reins of power
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Sudanese Army from Al-Fashqa: We will not allow the Ethiopians to cultivate an inch of our land
Sudan's prime minister warns of risk of chaos, civil war
Egypt is working on solutions to deal with the Renaissance Dam crisis
1 month ago
Sudanese Prime Minister: A legal and binding agreement must be reached regarding the filling and operation of the Renaissance Dam
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission in Khartoum on the crises of the Renaissance Dam and the border with Ethiopia
Egyptian-Sudanese statement: Ethiopia does not take into account our water interests
Sudanese Prime Minister: The Renaissance Dam poses a threat to the Sudanese and the Roseires dam
Sudanese Prime Minister: We reject Ethiopia filling the Renaissance Dam unilaterally
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