Al-Burhan affirms keenness to complete Sudanese institutions and appoint a civilian prime minister

04:50 PM

Tuesday 11 January 2022

Khartoum – A S A

The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, affirmed the transitional government’s keenness to complete the institutions of the transitional period and to appoint a civilian prime minister.

This came during Al-Burhan’s meeting, today, Tuesday, in Khartoum, with the envoy of the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Adviser to Presidential Affairs, Dr. Costello Garang Ring.

Al-Burhan praised the growing interest of the President of the Republic of South Sudan; To follow up on the current political events, and for his appreciated role in supporting the peace and stability process through mediation, and finding a common basis for dialogue among all components to reach a unified vision that achieves the aspirations of the Sudanese people.

He stressed the need to improve trade and economic relations between the two countries and ways to support and develop them in a way that enhances the relations of the peoples of the two countries.

Al-Burhan briefed the envoy of the President of the Republic of South Sudan on the overall current political situation.

For his part, Dr. Costello Garang said that the meeting touched on the importance of reopening the crossings between the two countries, and the need to activate the river and land transport movements between the two countries to facilitate the import and export process.

He stressed that Sudan, with its experience in managing the dialogue, is able to overcome current issues and challenges, noting its role in addressing tribal differences and crises in southern Sudan.

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