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Al-Burhan Receives Credentials of Several Ambassadors

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Khartoum 8-2-2022 – Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, received today the credentials of the ambassadors of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the Ambassador of the State of Libya, the Ambassador of the State of Spain, the Ambassador of the State of Canada and the Ambassador of the State of India as accredited ambassadors to Sudan

Mourad Assaad, Ambassador of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, said in a press statement that he will work with dedication and sincerity to activate relations and frameworks of cooperation between Sudan and Algeria, especially concerning the work of the joint committee and the political consultation mechanism, in addition to activating the Council of Business Owners, exploiting opportunities in investment fields and promoting trade exchange. And cooperation in the field of training in various fields

For his part, Ambassador Fawzi Abdel Rahim Boumeriz, Ambassador of the State of Libya to Sudan, affirmed his keenness to work on strengthening relations and opening prospects for cooperation between the two countries and the interest of their peoples. parties and end the political crisis in the country.

In addition, Ambassador Isidro Gonzalez Afonso, Ambassador of the State of Spain to Sudan, affirmed his country’s full support for the process of democratic transition in Sudan, praising the efforts of the transitional government to support peace-building and consolidation processes, and expressed his wishes that the Sudanese would be keen on dialogue and negotiation to address the political crisis and reach the stage of full democracy.

In the same context, Ambassador Philip Lupol, Canada’s ambassador to Sudan, said that his country will work during the transitional period to support peace-building operations and strengthen the government’s efforts to make the transitional period a success until the full democratic transformation is reached cooperation in many fields.

In the same vein, Mubarak Bawa Syed, India’s ambassador to Sudan, expressed his happiness to work in Sudan, stressing his country’s keenness to strengthen relations and open prospects for cooperation between Sudan and India for the benefit of the two friendly peoples, noting that he will work to activate cooperation frameworks in the fields of education and training.

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