28 May 2018

Sudan: Animal Resources Ministry Revealed Truth On Return of Shipment of Sheep From Saudi Arabia

Khartoum — The Animal Resources Ministry, revealed that the stoppage of fans and bad air ventilation at floors in the Ship (Marzouq ki) was behind coming back of the shipment and death of a number of sheep, according to report of Sawakin Veterinary Quarantine Committee and relevant authorities.

The explanatory statement of the Ministry pointed out that the Sea Security Management affirmed that the technical fault caused stoppage fans during the ship journey (Marzouqa Ki) to Jeddah port.

It pointed to completion of all quarantine procedures and health conditions required by the Veterinary Authorities of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to 10,885 heads of sheep.

The statement of the Ministry reaffirmed keenness to implement all health requirements for the exports and to cooperate with the import countries, pointing out that the export of live animals to KSA is going on in normal way.

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