21 February 2018

Sudan: Deputy Head of NC Foreign Relations Sector Briefed On Developments in Ethiopia

Khartoum — The Deputy Head for External Relations at the National Congress party, Dr Al Sadiq Mohamed Ali, was Wednesday briefed on the developments in Ethiopia, stressing on the depth and strength of the relations between the two countries and peoples.

Dr Sadiq, the Secretary of the African Affairs within the sector, received the Ethiopian ambassador to the Sudan, Mulugeta Zewdi.

The secretary handed the ambassador a message from the Deputy Chairman of the National Congress party, Ibrahim Mahmoud, to the Deputy Chairman of the ruling Ethiopian party, Dumgi Muknun related to the bilateral relations between the two parties as well as means of boosting them in the interests of the peoples and governments in the two countries.

The ambassador briefed the Secretary on the developments in Ethiopia. He meanwhile commended the advanced level of relations between the two countries in the various domains.

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