File - One of two Iranian navy warships arrives to dock at Port Sudan in the Red Sea state December 8, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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Two Iranian warships docked in Sudan on Monday, Khartoum's military said, emphasising what analysts say are poor relations between Islamist Sudan and its Arab neighbours.Naval vessels from Iran have periodically stopped in Port Sudan for what Khartoum described as normal port calls.Ibrahim Ghandour, the chief assistant to President Omar al-Bashir, said in a March interview that there is "nothing peculiar" in Sudan's relations with Iran, which he said has not affected ties with other neighbours including Saudi Arabia which remains a leading investor.
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