11 March 2018

Sudan: Assistant of President Underlines Continuity of State Support to Martyrs Families

Khartoum — The Assistant of President of the Republic, Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim , has underscored that the state support to families and mothers of the martyrs would continue in recognition of values and principles thy had sacrificed for.

Dr. Faisal, who was addressing Honoring the Best Mother Celebration in the Friendship Hall Saturday evening organized by Al-Shaheed Organization , stressed that the State support for families of martyrs would continue , indicating that the celebration was occasion for renewing commitment to martyrs and to stick to principles.

He commended efforts of Al-Shaheed Organization to take care of martyrs families.

Minister of Welfare and Social Security, Mashaer Al-Dawalab, for her part, hailed mothers of martyrs and said they have become examples. .

Director of Al-Shaheed Organization , Mohamed Ahmed Haj Majid revealed that the celebration was held under patronage of Zain Company , commending the Presidency support to martyrs families' programs and projects.


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