The President of the Transitional Period in the Republic of Chad, Gen. Mohamed Idriss Deby, received Monday at the Presidential Palace in the Chadian capital, N'Djamena, the Vice - President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salih Al-Nadif, and the Chief of Staff at the Presidency of the Republic, Gen. Bushara Issa Jadalla, and from the Sudanese side, the Director the Department of Neighboring Countries at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Abdul-Aziz Hassan Saleh, and the Director of the Intelligence Service, Major General Abbas Mohamed Bakhit.
The meeting discussed the close bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries, and ways to strengthen them further in a way that serves common interests, as well as regional and international issues and files and security files and developments in the region.
The President of the Transitional Period in the Republic of Chad, Gen. Mohamed Idriss Deby, expressed his thanks and gratitude to the Vice - President of the Sovereignty Council for his visit to Chad, appreciating firmness of relations between the two countries and stressed the importance of strengthening the cooperation and coordination between the two countries in all fields for the benefit of the two peoples. On his part, the Vice - President of the Sovereignty Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, has praised the efforts of the transitional government in the Republic of Chad, which it made through the national dialogue, which contributed to achieving stability and peace, affirming Sudan's support for all the endeavors to achieve stability in Chad. He gave a detailed briefing about the current political developments in Sudan and the efforts being exerted to reach a solution to the crisis through the framework agreement that was signed in last December. He pointing to the importance of coordination and cooperation between Sudan and Chad in all the regional and international forums in order to achieve stability in the two countries and the region.
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