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Eritrean regime prevents the entry of trucks from Sudan to Eritrea
12-04-2016
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Eritrean regime prevents the entry of trucks from Sudan to Eritrea

Rebounds: Al-massar

On the second day of the resumption of trade crossings between Eritrea and Sudan, Eritrea regime prevents the entry of trucks laden with goods from Sudan to Eritrea via the land ports for commercial between the two countries the only lung.

Where the governor of Kassala State visited the commercial crossing border, accompanied by security and military and executive figures. Through that it was announced on Sunday, April 10, the resumption of trade crossings between Sudan and Eritrea based on an agreement the exchange of goods between the two countries.

But without warning, and for obvious reasons the Eritrean regime prevent entry of Sudanese identity holders and Eritreans holders of permits residing in Sudan and dozens of trucks loaded with goods and foodstuffs from Sudan side on to the access to Eritrean territory in case of tense and the use of threats and attacks on truck drivers, and the ban is still in progress until today.

This coincided sudden closure with robbery banks in several cities by an armed group looted a lot of money, it is witnessing the general situation in Eritrea tension after the killing of soldiers in Asmara and the trials of some of them in Teseney, as increasing cases of escape to neighboring countries where the military majority great among the fugitives range of different military ranks owners.

This, according to our sources, the presence of dozens of Eritreans fleeing in Tokhar and will be deported to Shagarap camp in the next of few days.

 
 
 
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