6 March 2018

Sudan: Assistant of President Meets Non-Resident Ambassadors to Sudan

Khartoum — The Assistant of President of the Republic and Deputy Chairman of the National Congress for Party Affairs, Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim met at Police House a 23-member delegation of non-resident ambassadors to Sudan in presence of State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hamid Mumtaz.

The Assistant of the President briefed the ambassadors on situations in the Country by focusing on political situations, government system and national dialogue outcome , referring to political stability in the Country resulted in from the President's initiative.

He said the dialogue has positively reflected in security, economic and social stability as well as political stability , expressing hope that countries and nations make use of the Sudanese experiment of national dialogue for heightening principles of peace, security and stability.

Dr Faisal called the ambassadors to visit Darfur States to see extent of stability and social reconciliation as well as successes of the firearms collection campaign.

The State Minster , for his part, appreciated role of non-resident ambassadors in consolidating relations between Sudan and their respective countries , indicating that the conference being held in Khartoum was opportunity to acquaint with political, economic , cultural and social aspects as well as history and civilizations in Sudan.


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