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Khartoum – National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) officials contacts with their counterparts in the Egyptian General Intelligence resulted to the release of 6 Sudanese conventional miners who were detained in Egypt last February when they were on their way to Al-Owaynat area.
The released conventional miners arrived in Sudan through Qastal Crossing Point after all their properties were given back to them including a truck.
It is worth noting that the NISS Director has directed the concerned institutions to follow-up the release of the Sudanese conventional miners following the joint efforts of the NISS officials and their Egyptian counterparts.
The NISS is also exerting intensive efforts to complete the travel procedures for another 17 conventional miners who were arrested some time ago.