January 31, 2013 (BOR) - The Egyptian Ambassador to South Sudan, Mu’ayid Fathallah, made a short visit to Jonglei state to see the progess on the construction of the Egyptian clinic in Bor on Wednesday.
Jonglei state’s minister of local government Diing Akol, who received the visitors, said the Egyptian Ambassador’s visit was to witness the implementation of projects sponsored by the Egyptian government, including a health clinic that is due to open in February.
The Egyptian government also (...)
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