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Sudanese VP leaves for Brussels on Monday

ali_osman_portrait.jpgKHARTOUM, Jan 23, 2005 (SUNA) — The First Vice President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, leaves Khartoum for Brussels on Monday on a three day visit to the Belgium capital where he would witness he signing of the defreezing of the Sudanese assets with the European Union.

The Sudanese assets frozen by the EU amounted to 450 million Euros.

The Union has promised to release these assets following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Government of the Sudan and the Sudan People Liberation Movement.

During the visit of the first vice president to Brussels, the minister of international cooperation and the EU Development commission will sign the country strategic paper relative to the Sudan.

The first vice president will in the meantime conduct talks with Belgium and EU officials aimed at strengthening the relations between the two sides during peace phase.