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Sudan and Chad met on Friday to finalize arrangements for the boarder deployment of joint forces. Held in Al Genina in Southern Darfur, the joint technical committee will monitor boarder security with Sudan in command for the first six months. The meeting was held in accordance to a military agreement to end board insecurity signed earlier.
The Sudanese government said that it reached a preliminary agreement with Chad to deploy a joint force to monitor their border. Speaking to Miraya FM, a member in the Sudanese delegation to N'Djamena, Amin Hassen Omer, said that the expulsion of the opposition from the two countries was also discussed.
The National Elections Commission announced that it has received so far more than 10 applications for candidates standing for the post of President of the Republic.
The Chadian government has announced it will pardon all armed people within its territory provided that they stop military operations.
The Chadian Minister of Information, Mohamed Hussein Mursal, told Miraya FM that the government observed today as an official holiday to organize a large demonstration in the Capital N'djamena, to protest against what he described as the "Sudanese aggression on the Chadian territory last week.'
The Justice and Equality Movement has warned that it would withdraw from the Doha talks, over what it described as the government delegation's …
Two days after the signing of the Sudan-Chad reconciliation agreement, accusations between the two countries claiming supporting opposition forces on their territories have renewed.
The Chadian Minister of Information, Mohammed Hussein Mursal, accused Sudan's Armed Forces of sending its troops over the Sudan-Chad border in alliance with the Chadian opposition forces.
Speaking to Miraya FM Mursal confirmed that his government has notified the Qatari mediator on the current development.
On the other hand, Sudanese officials denied to Al Arabia Satellite Television Sudan's …
Sudan- Chad talks will start today in Doha, as part of the Qatari and Libyan efforts to achieve reconciliation between Khartoum and N'Djamena.
The Sudanese Ambassador to Qatar, Ibrahim Fagiri, confirmed the arrival of the Sudanese delegation in Doha today, headed by the State Minister of International Cooperation Al-Tijani Fadil.
Ambassador Fagiri urged Chad to abide by the agreements previously signed between the two countries.
Meanwhile, the Chadian Minister of Information, Muhammad Hussien Mursal, called on the mediators to provide guarantees for the implementation of any …