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Russian Ambassador to Sudan Found Dead at Residence – Sudanese Authorities

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Russian Ambassador to Sudan Found Dead at Residence – Sudanese Authorities

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Sudan Mirgayas M. Shirinskiy was found dead in his home in Khartoum Wednesday, RIA Novosti reports.

Before taking his post in Sudan, Shirinskiy served at the Russian embassies in Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Rwanda. The Russian Foreign Ministry has verified the news.

“We inform you with regret that Russian Ambassador to Sudan Mirgayas Shirinsky died in Khartoum on August 23,” the Russian ministry said. “Immediately after receiving detailed information from employees at the Russian embassy in Khartoum, we will inform you about the circumstances of our colleague’s death,” the ministry said.

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs also praised Shirinskiy’s “friendly and sincere efforts to develop relations between the two countries and their peoples in various fields.”

Source/Sputnik

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