6 March 2018

Sudan: FM Undersecretary Receives Netherlands Ambassador

Khartoum — The Undersecretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ambassador Abdul Ghani Nayiem, met on Tuesday with the ambassador of the Netherlands Karin Boven and discussed with her cooperation between the two countries.

The undersecretary briefed the ambassador on the recent conference of Sudanese ambassadors held in Khartoum and which focused on how economic diplomacy could help boost peace and development in the Sudan

The two sides also discussed the stands of the two countries in the UN Security council in which the Netherlands occupies a non-permanent seat 2018-2019, with regards to issues of relevance to the Sudan.

The undersecretary commended the way the new Sudanese ambassador to the Netherlands was received, expressing his hope that the relations would witness further development and flourish particularly in the economic domain.

He said the Sudanese government welcomes the great Netherlands companies to come and resume their economic activities in the Sudan, particularly after the revoking of the economic sanctions.

The ambassador has meanwhile underlined her country's commitment to go with the joint action and commended the cooperation of the government of the Sudan and praised the action taken by the Sudan from moving from the humanitarian assistance to development and development for security and peace.


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