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Minister for Defense renews confidence on named ambassadors and consul


The Minister of Defense, lt Gen Awad Mohamed Ahmed Bin Aouof, has renewed his confidence on the Sudanese diplomacy and the role it plays as the first line of defense for the Sudan,

saying diplomacy stands to play a strategic role based on its experience and accumulated practices in defense if the homeland.

The Minister received the newly appointed Ambassadors to France, Pakistan, Angola, and the Consuls for Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey

The Minister expressed his hope that the efforts of the diplomats would continue in the new countries to which they would be posted to explain issues of concern to the Sudan and to show the just cause of the Sudan and its government that seeks to realize security, peace and stability for its citizens, and that they would be able to reflect the stands of the government in war and peace and to stand against unjust allegations the rebels and the opposition try to attach to the Armed Forces of the Sudan and its professionalism.

He stressed the Ministry of Defense would provide them with all the assistance they needed in this endeavor

On his part the representative of the ambassadors and consuls, ambassador Daffalla al Hajj Ali who is nominated to Paris, expressed readiness of the diplomats to coordinate and work with the ministry in the interests of the Sudan and the Sudanese armed forces.

 

(SUNA)

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