Sudan orders media to stop 'attacking' Egypt

File: Sudan officials have sent a memo to newspaper editors urging them to stop publishing controversial issues about Egypt. Photo: Pixa Bay

JOHANNESBURG – Following a meeting between Egyptian and Sudanese intelligence, Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) has directed the country’s newspapers to stop their hostile media campaign against Egypt, the Sudan Tribune reported.

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The NISS media department circulated a memo directing newspaper editors to avoid raising controversial issues affecting the relationship between the two countries.

Egyptian-Sudanese relations have been strained over various issues including the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, the dispute on the border area of Halayeb, and mutual recriminations of supporting terrorism by the other side.

African News Agency

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