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Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin

سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين

Welcome to Sudan

S.E. Badreldin M. Abdalla. The Ambassador, his Welcoming to the official Website of the Embassy...

 

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Embassy Working Hours

ساعات العمل بالسفارة 

Mon-Fri:    09:30h  - 16:00h

Sudan Holidays 2017 Sudan Holidays 2017

 

Consulate Working Hours

ساعات عمل القسم القنصلي 

Mon-Thu:    09:30h  - 14:00h
Friday:       09:30h  - 12:00h

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إعلان بشأن الترشح للوظائق الدولية

ترجو سفارة جمهورية السودان في برلين من جميع المواطنين السودانيين الدين يودون الترشح لوظائف وعضوية اللجان في منظمات الأمم المتحدة ووكالاتها المختصة، والمنظمات والمؤسسات الدولية... المزيد

 

Sudanese Night

The Embassy öf the Republic of Sudan

 in Berlin. invite you to the Sudanese Night as part of Africa day celebration in Warsaw. ..more

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Die Botschaft der Republik Sudan in Berlin bleibt von 26 - 30.06.2017 geschlossen. + بمناسبة عيد الفطر المبارك إعاده الله عليكم باليمن والبركات وعليه فان السفارة من 26 - 30 يونيو مغلقة.

South Sudan rebels deny receiving support from SudanSouth Sudan rebels

 

  A South Sudanese leading rebel commander Lt. Gen. Agany Abdel Bagi Ayii Akol, Thursday denied reports that they were receiving military or logistical support from the neighbouring Sudan.
"That is not true. We do not get any support from the government of Sudan or any other government or country in the region. We get our supplies from the government of South Sudan and the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Army (SPLA) forces whenever we capture an area and whenever there are soldiers who decide to leave the government of President Salva Kiir and join the struggle,” said Lt. Gen. Agany when asked where they get their support and training from.
The SPLM-IO leading commander further stressed that he left with a number of troops and arms when he changed allegiance from the government in 2016.
"I personally left with some weapons and we captured more weapons from the government when we launched our operations and when some of our comrades joined later. So these talks of getting support from Sudan are unfounded, they are baseless," he said.
"They are the talks of someone whose days are numbered. That is why they are trying to blame others for their own weakness. Who does not know that the regime of President Kiir is weak and can fall at any time,” he wondered.
The rebel commander was reacting to statements by Santo Domic Chol, the South Sudan army acting spokesperson who told reporters in Juba on Wednesday that armed opposition fighters were receiving support and training from the Sudanese army.
In comments after clashes in Northern Upper Nile where government forces had reportedly lost control of strategic towns, Chol further claimed that Khartoum allowed senior South Sudanese rebel commanders to coordinate their operations in the Sudanese territory.
Khartoum and Juba trade regularly accusations of support to rebel groups.
In the recent IGAD extraordinary summit on South Sudan peace process, President Omer al-Bashir accused South Sudanese government of continuing to provide support to Darfur armed groups in recent coordinated rebel attacks from South Sudan and Libya.
In a separate development, Paul Lam Gabriel, the Deputy Spokesperson of the rebel SPLM-IO group denied reports that Ugandan nationals were joining the war to fight alongside their forces against President Kiir’s regime.
"The SPLA-IO has access to soldiers with trained reserve forces in South Sudan who can fight for its cause. We are not fighting for resources and personal gains but for a cause beyond ourselves, democracy, respect for rule of law, human rights, dignity and against corruption,” said the rebel deputy spokesperson.

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