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Synonyms for Mali

a landlocked republic in northwestern Africa

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Carnations and anemones represent Charles de Gaulle's visit to introduce the 1958 constitutional referendum; carnations additionally stand for the union of Senegal and the Sudanese Republic (later called Mali) in the Mali Federation, portrayed by a photo of girls singing at the celebration; and a vase of deep-pink bougainvillea is a reproduction of those pictured at an official reception in the presidential palace after Senegalese independence, in 1960.
Riyadh, Rabi'I 24, 1437, January 04, 2016, SPA -- Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Crown Prince, Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense received today a telephone call from Minister of State at Sudanese Republic Presidency and Director General of President's Offices at the Republic Presidency and Cabinet Lieutenant General Taha Othman Al-Hussein.
At the beginning of the meeting, al-Ma'awali welcomed the guest and his accompanying delegation, stressing the strong relations binding the Sultanate and the Sudanese Republic in various fields.
Muscat, November 22 (ONA) Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed al Isa'ee, Chairman of Majlis A'Shura received here today Mohammed al Hassan al Ameen, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly in the Sudanese Republic, who is currently visiting the Sultanate.
In a press statement, Al-Rashid Haroun, the Sudanese Chief Coordinator, in charge of implementing of bilateral relations between the two Sudanese republics, who received the report, said that the team has concluded a mission began in 2012 by submitting the report.
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