26 December 2017

Egypt: Sudan Objected to UN On the Demarcation of Border Between Egypt and Saudi Arabia

Khartoum — The Foreign Minister, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour, announced that Sudan forwarded a memo of objection to the United Nations over the agreement signed by Egypt and Saudi Arabia on demarcation of Sudan's sea borders and entry of Sudanese coasts in this demarcation.

At a joint press briefing he gave with his visiting Turkish counterpart Tuesday at the end of the visit of Turkey President, Prof. Ghandour said that Sudan objection memo has included a map of Sudan sea borders.


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