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Sudan’s Bashir concludes lightning visit to Eritrea

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February 2, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir returned home on Saturday from Eritrea where he held talks with president Isaias Afewerki.

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FILE - Sudan’s President Omer Hassan al-Bashir (R) receiving Eritrea’s President Isaias Afewerki (L) in Sudan’s capital Khartoum (Xinhua)

The state minister in the foreign affairs ministry Salah Wansi said that Bashir discussed recent developments in Eritrea following a move by dissident soldiers last month who briefly seized the information ministry in Asmara.

The two leaders also tackled bilateral ties on the political, economic and security fronts, Wansi added.

Bashir was accompanied in his previously unannounced visit by presidential affairs minister Bakri Hassan Saleh, intelligence director Mohamed Atta al-Moula Abbas and other officials.

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  • 3 February 2013 11:21, by Pinyin Gatkuoth

    Bashir real mean it that, it’s a friend of Afewerki at this time ? Sorry Eritea president, to wolk with Basher is better to work with Seddam or Osam elbeladem b/c the they are real Alkada.

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    • 3 February 2013 11:55, by Peacocktail

      Bashir of Sudan was worry on Eriteria alleging Sudan NCP party of Sponsoring Mutiny in Asmara. Eriteria cancelled his visit to Khartuom due to failed Coup. the Source reveals Eriteria President mobilize and instructed the Army to response agressive to state that sponsored the Coup. Sudan President. El Bashir development anxiety of being topple if the Neighbor added to East Africa states that banne

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