Sudan’s ambassador to Mauritania awarded National Order of Merit
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Khartoum, Mar. 5 (SUNA) – The Sudan’s Ambassador to Mauritania, Bilal Gasm Allah Al-Siddig, was awarded, Thursday, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Merit of Commander of the National Merit System, on occasion of end of his term of office.
The Mauritanian Foreign Ministry affirmed that its awarding of this fine merit to Ambassador Bilal comes in appreciation of the efforts he exerted for strengthening relations between the two brotherly countries in all fields. Ambassador Bilal expressed his honor with the Commander Merit affirming his sincere thanks for the high care of the His Excellency President Mohamed Ould Sheikh Al-Ghazwani, to the bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries.
Source : Suna
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