Government Affirms Continuity of Efforts to Impose Control at Joint Border with Libya

Al-Fasher, (SUNA) - The government affirmed that it will press ahead in implementing its plans to impose control at the joint border with Libya.
This was expressed by the Minister of Agriculture and

acting Wali (governor) of North Darfur State, Adam Mohamed Hamid Al-Nahla, during his meeting Wednesday with the visiting delegation of the American Embassy which is headed by the US deputy Charge d'Affaires, Benjamin Molenga.
Al-Nahla said that the government will deploy more forces to control the joint border with Libya and to prevent infiltration of extremist groups in Sudan.
He gave a comprehensive review at the meeting on the general situation in North Darfur State, affirming stability of the security situation at most of the state's area.
He asserted the government keenness to remove the impacts of war, provide security and stability and to guarantee the rule of law and the state dignity.

Al-Nahla said that the government has provide all assistance and services to displaced citizens, indicating that the displaced people of Jebel Marra and Tunjor Dam will be supplied in the coming days with relief materials at the home areas in cooperation between the government and the UN agencies operating in the humanitarian aid field.
He described as exaggerated and in accurate the figures given by some circles on number of the displaced persons of Jebel Marra.
The Deputy US Charge d'Affaires has appreciated the efforts of the state government for realizing security and peace and extending support to the needy and displaced people.

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