Hamdok directs state institutions to give concern to Armed Forces’ pensioners
Khartoum, May 9 (SUNA) – Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok has directed all concerned institutions of the state to give concern to the pensioners of the Armed Forces.
This came when the Prime Minister received at his office today representatives of pensioners of the Armed Forces, in the presence of Minister of Defense Lt. Gen. Yasin Ibrahim Yasin, where Dr. Hamdok commended the historic role of the pensioners at all junctures the country had passed.
The Prime Minister directed supporting the pensioners of the Armed Forces and removing all obstacles that prevent the country from benefitting from their experiences in the projects for building a homeland that accommodates all.
The Minister of Defense pointed out in a press statement that the meeting showed concern of the Prime Minister with the pensioners of the Armed Forces and the importance of removing obstacles preventing benefitting from them in the projects of building the homeland, especially that they have wide practical experiences.
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