Egypt and Chad support launch of Sudan’s National Dialogue
The governments of Egypt and Chad have announced their unqualified support for the ‘National Dialogue’ launched on Saturday in Sudan’s capital Khartoum by the ruling party together with several opposition groups.
Egypt’s Ambassador to Sudan Osama Shaltout said that his country “fully supports” the National Dialogue and he calls on all Sudanese parties who have not joined the process to do so as there is no other way to meet the national interest, according to a report by the Middle East News Agency.
Sudan says 70 of its nationals have gone to join ISIS
The Ministry of Interior in Khartoum announced on Monday that about 70 Sudanese both males and females have went on to join the Islamic state (ISIS) franchises both in Libya and Syria.
ISIS infiltration into Sudan among the youths has become known last March after British media outlets confirmed that nine medical students from Sudanese origins entered Syria via Turkey to work in hospitals under the control of ISIS.