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February 8, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese Foreign Ministry announced that has nominated its former Undersecretary Rahmatallah Mohammed Osman as its new ambassador to the United Nations to replace Dafalla al-Haj Ali.

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Sudan’s former Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Rahmatallah Mohamed Osman speaks during a press conference in Khartoum on April 11, 2012. ( Photo Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)

Osman announced that his focus would be on bringing support for Sudan in the economic and political spheres .

He said in press statements on Saturday that he expects recent political shifts and breakthrough in Sudan, the role it played in the regional context and relations between Khartoum and Juba in light of the recent crisis to have a positive impact on his job and helping improve Sudan’s foreign relations.

Osman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Khartoum’s Faculty of Economics and Political Science in 1976 then was awarded his masters in African and Asian Studies in 1979 . He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1977 and worked in the embassies of Sudan in Belgrade, Brussels, Tunisia, Addis Ababa and was also part of the team of the United Nations representative for Western Sahara as representative of African organizations in the years 1998-2001 .

He also served as ambassador to Brazil and non-resident envoy to Chile, Venezuela and Argentina.

Osman then served as office manager of the national negotiator for Sudan’s bid to join the World Trade Organization (WTO). He also worked as the Director of International Relations and Bilateral Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and since 2010 served as the ministry’s Undersecretary until he was replaced earlier this year.

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  • 9 February 2014 06:16, by Kus al-Junub

    Thanks Sudan Tribune for not talking about primitive nation of South Bush Today.
    This forum was strictly established to voice Sudanese issues not about the Jungle South Bush.
    Welcome Honourable Rahmatallah Mohammed Osman, Sudan Now is in right direction

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    • 9 February 2014 07:05, by chol

      Shut the fuck off fake Arabs just go and fuck yourself in that useless desert of yourself.I know you fake Arabs are not happy that you lose South Sudan,but get used to it.South is gone for good.Nobody want your stupid Islam or sharia law or want be fake Arabs.Islam is pure evil period.Your Mohammed is burning in hell and soon you will joint him.

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  • 9 February 2014 06:18, by Tutbol

    The clowns in the North are outplaying S Sudanese in the diplomatic sphere, while our deadheads only fight of who would S Sudan, in Juba. Even the recenly released group of seven are not even telling the Sudanese where they stand, whether on Riek Machar side, the S Sudanese or the govt of S Sudanese side....

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    • 9 February 2014 06:27, by Tutbol

      they have let the Ethiopia with undesirble countries pull the strings on S Sudanese noses, these criminals that have been running the same S Sudanese govt, considered themselves S Sudanese messiahs. They are not telling S Sudanese what they do better, if they would be part of the current govt that they ruined, these guys are thieves including their Kiir who exiled them...

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      • 9 February 2014 06:37, by Tutbol

        the so-called international community should keep those criminals, but ceases to insinuate that they (7 crimials) would be part of S Sudan inclusive govt. They are telling S Sudanese people where they belong & at same times are smiling at the cameras in Nairobi as if their peoples are dying from their childish politicking....

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