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Khartoum, Feb. 2 (SUNA) - Member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council General Shams-Eddin Kabbashi Ibrahim has renewed Sudan's keenness to strengthen and develop its bilateral relations with the Arab Republic of Egypt in the various fields, expressing his appreciation for the Egyptian leadership and its continuous role in supporting accord between the Sudanese components.
During his meeting at the Republican Palace today with the Ambassador of Egypt to Sudan, Hani Salah, His Excellency was briefed on the details of the workshop hosted by the Egyptian government in Cairo, which includes a number of Sudanese political forces, with the aim of accelerating the ongoing political process.
Kabbashi expressed Sudan's aspiration to develop its relations with Egypt in the various fields, appreciating the Egyptian efforts to create a conducive climate for consensus between the Sudanese parties by hosting the current workshop, stressing support for everything that enhances the unity of national ranks.
Ambassador Hani Salah stated in a press statement that the meeting, which he described as fruitful, reviewed a number of issues of common interest between the two countries, especially the areas of political and economic cooperation, noting that he presented a thorough briefing to the Member of the Sovereignty Council on the Sudanese dialogue workshop, which started today with participation of range of political actors.
In this regard, he added, Egypt is working to provide appropriate atmosphere for dialogue between the Sudanese, which helps in reaching outputs that lead to accelerating the Sudanese political process to become more comprehensive and sustainable.
Hani explained that he briefed the member of the Sovereignty Council on the arrangements for holding the fifth session of the joint consular committee between the two countries, which will be hosted by the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in mid-February.