February 17, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Navy and Royal Saudi Naval Forces have conducted their first joint maritime military exercise. The disclosure was first made by the Commander of the navy base in Port Sudan, Admiral Magdi Sayed Omer, who told Al-Sudani daily newspaper that “the joint exercises will continue until next Thursday”. He added that the drill comes in the framework of enhancing maritime diplomacy and Red Sea security. Omer stressed that the current maneuvers are the (...)
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