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Tuesday, 20 November 2018
 

Al Bashir Renews His Confidence in Sudanese Diplomacy

Khartoum - President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al Bashir has called for strengthening Sudan's relations with the countries of Ghana, Congo, the Republic of Somalia,

Kenya, Netherlands and Turkey to achieve the common interests of Sudan with those countries.
During his meeting here yesterday with the new ambassadors of Sudan to these countries, the President expressed his confidence in the Sudanese diplomacy as it addresses the issues of Sudan in all international forums, stressing his support for Sudanese diplomacy and the new ambassadors to enable them to perform their duties in the required manner.
Ambassador Gariballah Khidir Ambassador of Sudan to Kenya, expressed his thanks and appreciation for the confidence entrusted to them by the President of the Republic, stressing that the ambassadors will spare no effort to work towards achieving the supreme interests of Sudan and strengthening its relations with these countries in all economic and trade fields in particular.
The ambassadors are: Ambassador Mousa Abdel Rahim, Ambassador of Sudan to Ghana, Ambassador Hussein Al-Amine Ambassador of the Sudan to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ambassador Khalafallah Mustafa, Ambassador of Sudan to the Republic of Somalia, Ambassador Gariballah Khidir, Ambassador of Sudan to Kenya, Ambassador Kamal Bashir Sudan ambassador to Netherlands and Ambassador Mohamed Abdul Rahman Yassin Consul General of Sudan in Istanbul.