Khartoum - Foreign Minister, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour met, here yesterday, with the delegation of the House of Lords, currently visiting Sudan.
The Minister welcomed the positive developments in the bilateral relations with Britain in all fields, expressing his hope to hold the next round of strategic dialogue between the two countries in Khartoum within two weeks, praising this experience which contributed greatly to bringing the views of the two sides closer together and drawing clear milestones for the development of relations, attributing that to frank and transparent dialogue between the two parties, and its comprehensiveness of all issues of bilateral cooperation.
Acting Spokesman of Foreign Affairs Ministry, Jafar Sumi Tutu said that Ghandour presented briefing on the internal political situation in Sudan and the implementation of the recommendations of the national dialogue conference, tackling establishment of security and peace in Darfur and the South Kordofan and Blue Nile areas, insuring on the declaration of a unilateral cease-fire to allow the continuation of the peace process, stressing the continuation of the government's firm approach to adopt dialogue as a way to solve problems, calling on all political forces to contribute and participate in the upcoming issues, top of which the permanent constitution of the country, stressing the government's preservation of all forms of freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
For their part, the President and members of the delegation expressed their happiness to visit Sudan, stressing their follow-up to the positive developments taking place in the country, pointing out that this visit aims to learn about the latest developments in Sudan in all fields and to support peace and stability in the country and the region.
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