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Asked if there had been any progress on the Sudanese situation, the PMS replied that it was best to keep in touch with the Foreign Office for exact details of where we were. Consular officials were able to visit her on Monday, and he understood they would be visiting her again today. In addition Lord Malloch-Brown spoke to the Sudanese Ambassador yesterday.

Asked if the Prime Minister had been in touch personally, the PMS replied that at Ministerial level Lord Malloch-Brown had been in contact with the Sudanese Ambassador.

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