In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 17.
Number of Egyptian forces arrived in Sudan, Friday in preparation for the launch of the joint military maneuver ‘Guardians of the Nile’ to confront any possible threats, according to Sudanese media reports
Egyptian Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Lieutenant General Mohamed Farid left for Sudan to participate in the meeting of the Egyptian-Sudanese Military Committee
Egypt has welcomed the understandings between Sudan and the United States of America on plans to remove Sudan from the list of states sponsoring terrorism, annoucned Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday.
The Deputy Chairman of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement, the Chairman of the Advance delegation of the Revolutionary Front.
This comes per the instructions given by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to continue a relief air bridge to support Sudanese people after a huge flood hit the country and left several damages and casualties.
The joint Egyptian- Sudanese talks had kicked off in Khartoum, Wednesday morning between Egypt’s Heath Minster Hala Zayed and her Sudanese counterpart Osama Abdel Rahim
Sudanese Minister of Information Faisal Mohamed Saleh thanked Egyptians for supporting his country facing the floods impact which left over 100 people dead.
The committee convened today to discuss the files of Darfur and East Sudan, a statement by Sudan’s Sovereign Council quoted Dhio as having said.
The three countries agreed to resolve the outstanding problems regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) via dialogue.
With deceitful baby steps, Ethiopia managed to trick the world, disrespect international laws, and betray ties with Egypt.
It is pertinent to mention that Sudan has rejected an Ethiopian proposal to sign an initial agreement permitting the filling of the controversial dam.
The Sudanese government thanked Monday the Egyptian government as the latter sent medical supplies to Khartoum.
Omar was a member of the Sovereign Council that took power under a 39-month power-sharing deal with a civilian government after the toppling of former president Omar al-Bashir.
Hamidati will discuss bilateral relations and ways of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in various fields, as well as issues of mutual concern
The meeting had kicked off on Saturday in Khartoum in the presence of representatives of the US Department of Treasury and the World Bank group.
This meeting is a continuation of the meeting held in November in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the meeting held in Cairo in December.
Four Egyptian citizens were killed in a blast at a ceramic factory in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday.
The 11-member council will run the country for a three-year transitional period till elections.
The two sides have reached a power-sharing deal to form the sovereign council.