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The World : U.S. Reneging, Sudan Says

May 31, 1985

Sudan's Defense Minister Osman Abdalla accused the United States of reneging on an arms agreement and said Sudan will obtain supplies from "sister and friendly countries," the Sudan News Agency said. Osman, a member of the 15-man military council that overthrew President Jaafar Numeiri on April 6, said Washington has not even supplied promised spare parts for 30 U.S.-made combat aircraft. Diplomats said alternative arms sources would probably include Libya, Egypt and the Soviet Union.

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