28 February 2016

Egypt Delegation Arrives in Khartoum for Consular Talks

A high profile Egyptian diplomatic delegation arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Saturday 27/2/2016 on a two-day visit for consular talks.

Led by Deputy Foreign Minister Hamdy Louza, the delegation will have talks with Sudanese officials on ways to overcome the problems facing expatriates of the two countries.

Egypt's Ambassador in Khartoum Osama Shaltout said a memorandum of understanding to form an Egyptian-Sudanese consular committee is expected to be signed.



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