Afwerki, Hemetti talk about Eritrean Sudanese relations

Wednesday March 15, 2023


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March 13, 2023 (ASMARA) – Sudan’s Deputy Chairman of the Sovereign Council Mohamed Hamdan Daglo “Hemetti” and Eritrean President Isaias Afwreki on Monday held talks on bilateral relations, in line with the assertion by the 2 nations.

In the early morning of Monday, Hemetti’s travelled to Asmara for a brief work go to. He was accompanied by overseas ministry Undersecretary Daffallah al-Haj Ali.

The go to was on the invitation of the Government of Eritrea, in line with the Ministry of Information in Asmara.

“The assembly mentioned bilateral relations between the 2 brotherly nations and methods to strengthen and develop them to serve favourite hobbies, besides regional and worldwide problems of favourite curiosity,” pronounced the Sovereign Council in Khartoum

“The meeting stressed the importance of enhancing cooperation and coordination between the two sides in all fields,” additional pronounced the Sudanese assertion.

The Eritrean authorities in a assertion issued after the assembly confirmed that the assembly mentioned bilateral relations.

“President Isaias underlined Eritrea’s stance and firm belief that the problem in Sudan could be only solved by the Sudanese people themselves without the interference of foreign actors,” pronounced the Eritrean authorities.

In August 2022; the Sudanese authorities prevented eastern Sudan tribal leaders from travelling to Asmara for a gathering organised by the Eritrean authorities.

Also, in April 2022, Sudan declined an Eritrean initiative to mediate between the eastern Sudan tribes to settle the dispute over the Eastern Sudan Agreement which was section of the Juba peace procedure.

The Sudanese official, additionally, congratulated Eritrea for rejoining Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) after a 16-year suspension.

Eritrea raise the east African bloc on April 22, 2007, after a assertion by the IGAD condemning makes an attempt to undermine the Somali authorities.

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