11 March 2018

Sudan: FM Holds Talks With His Qatari Counterpart

Khartoum — Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour received on Sunday in his office the Qatari Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdul-Rahman Al-Thani and his accompanying delegation.

The two Ministers held bilateral talks where the Foreign Minister, onset welcomed the Qatari Minister and conveyed to him Sudan appreciation to leadership , government and people of Qatar for its stances supportive to Sudan's issues.

Foreign Ministry Official Spokesman, Ambassador Qareeb Alla Al-Khidir, said the talks covered programs of bilateral cooperation in various fields particularly the economic and political ones and those related to state of peace and development in Darfur.

He added the two sides agreed to set up a committee on political consultation that to hold rotating meeting twice a year.

He added the talks also tackled developments at regional and international levels and ways of coordination and consultation over all issues of common interest.

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