12 March 2018

Sudan Affirms Support to All Efforts On Stabilization of Situations in Ethiopia

Khartoum — Sudan has reiterated support to all efforts leading to stabilization of situations in Ethiopia.

The Assistant of the President of the Republic and Deputy Chairman of the Natioanl Congress for Party Affairs, Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim , expressed Sudan confidence in leadership and people of Ethiopia in bringing stability to their country.

This came when the Assistant of the President received Ambassador of Ethiopia to Sudan who said in press statements that he discussed with the Assistant of the President ways of consolidating the Sudan-Ethiopia strategic relations.

He added the meeting reviewed the political events in Ethiopia in the wake of the Prime Minister's resignation , pointing out that the meeting was useful and responded to the all propounded questions and that Dr Faisal has expressed Sudan confidence in capability of leadership and people of Ethiopia to restore stability in Ethiopia.


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