21 February 2018

Sudan: Deputy Chairman of NCP's External Relations Sector Briefed On Ongoing Incidents in Ethiopia

Khartoum — The Deputy Chairmanof the National Congress Party (NCP) External Relations Sector and Secretary of Africa Secretariat, Dr Al-Sadiq Mohamed Ali, was informed in ongoing incidents in Ethiopia , commending firmness of relations between governments iof the two countries.

This came Wednesday when Dr Al-Sadiq received in his office Ambassador of Ethiopia to Sudan.

Dr Al-Sadiq handed over the Ethiopian Ambassador a message from the NCP Deputy Chairman cv for Party Affairs, Engineer Ibrahim Mahmoud to Deputy Chairman of Ethiopian ruling party dealing with relations between the two parties and ways of boosting them further for benefit of people and government of the two countries.

The Ethiopian diplomat presented briefing on the recent incidents in Ethiopia and commended the advanced stages the relations between the two countries reached.

In related development, the Deputy Chairman of NCP External Relations Sector met with Ambassadors of Chad and Mali and the honorary Consul of Seychelles separately.

The meetings discussed Sudan relations with those countries and ways of boosting them further,

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