Khartoum - (SUNA) The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour on Sunday received copies of the credentials of a number of ambassadors accredited to the Sudan, resident outside the country, namely the ambassador of Portugal, Cyprus, Greece, Myanmar, Malawi, Finland, Thailand and Ghana.
The meeting is a prelude for the official presentation of the credentials to the president of the Republic, Omar Al Bashir.
The minister then conferred with ambassador's nonresident in the Sudan and briefed them in the presence of the honorary consulars, about the developments in the economic and political domains in the Sudan.
The Minister also briefed the diplomats on the investment opportunities available in the country, the role Sudan plays in the regional and international domain with the aim of cementing the pillar of peace, security and stability and promoting bilateral and international cooperation.
Ghandour has stressed that Sudan is keen to boost its relations with those countries and that it enjoys excellent relations with all countries that have no resident diplomatic representation in the country.
He said the Sudan has joint committee with each of those countries with the view to boost bilateral economic cooperation and coordination.
The minister commended the initiative taken by the consular s for convening this meeting with the nonresident ambassadors, saying he stands ready to help them carry out their role in promoting bilateral cooperation with the Sudan.
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