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President Al-Bashir Returns Home from Saudi Arabia

Khartoum, (SUNA)- President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, and his accompanying delegation returned home Monday after participation the military exercises of the North Thunder at Hafr-Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia, with a number leaders of Arab and

Islamic countries whose forces have taken part in the manoeuvre.

The President was received at Khartoum Air-Port by the First Vice-President of the Republic, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih, and a number of ministers and senior officials.

The Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibin Oaf, said in press statement upon return of the President of the Republic at Khartoum Air Port, has lauded the good organization and planning for the exercises in Saudi Arabia.
He praised the efforts of the Kingdom to unite the Arab and Islamic rank.

The Minister of Defence described the military exercises as successful and marked as an important occasion for Arab coordination in the military field, expressing Sudan hope that Saudi Arabia will continue to enjoys security and stability.
The Chief of Joint Staff, Lt. Gen. Imad-Eddin Mustafa Adawi, indicated that the maneuver were the biggest of its kind, disclosing that the event represented the beginning for establishing an Islamic military mechanism in the Muslim World.
He asserted that the exercises have achieved the aspired goals.

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