Sudan plans to open trade crossings with Libya

North Darfur State governor, Sharif Mohamed Abbad confirmed that the border with Libya is secure, in light of the deployment of regular forces and Sudanese swat forces.

Abbad, according to the Sudanese Center for Press Services revealed on Friday, of plans for reopening commercial crossings with Libya, pointing to the lack of smuggling operations after preventing armed movements from infiltrating across the border.

Libyan-Sudanese border has witnessed over the past years, an increase in the smuggling of all kinds, and infiltration of armed groups into Libya and their participation in the conflict.

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