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Sudan civil servants in Paris to discuss bilateral relations

By Laura Angela Bagnetto

Sudan's foreign ministry is meeting with its French counterparts in Paris on Monday to discuss bilateral relations, including debt relief and humanitarian work. Sudan has a debt of over 34 billion euros and is considered a parIah by its creditors. Khartoum-based analyst Abdalbasit Saeed says that this is an opportunity to bring up the humanitarian situation in Blue Nile State and South Kordofan.


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