13 July 2017

Sudan: Ghandour Receives Written Message From Australian FM for Boosting Bilateral Relations

Khartoum — Foreign Minister Professor Ibrahim Ghandour received a written message from the Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

The Australian Foreign Minister expressed in her message her greetings and her looking forward to working to strengthen the bilateral relations between Sudan and Australia after the approval of the opening of a new embassy to Sudan in Australia.

It is worth mentioning that Ambassador Ibrahim Awad Al-Baroudi was nominated for the position of Sudan's first Ambassador to Australia. The nomination was accepted by the Australian side. Ambassador Al-Baroudi has paid a farewell to the President of the Republic upon his leave for his duties in Australia.

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