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The Sudanese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Abdul Hafiz Ibrahim has said the kingdom plans to recruit 5,000 Sudanese doctors for its public hospitals, Arab News has reported. The new recruits would join 10,000 Sudanese doctors already working in the kingdom's public and private sectors, the ambassador said. "Saudi Arabia is seeing a big leap in terms of health services that is why it badly needs medical staff," said Ibrahim. "We have 5,000 graduates every year, so we will share them between our two countries."