Khartoum - The President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, affirmed Sudan’s keenness to enhance its bilateral relations and upgrade means of cooperation with all countries in a way that achieves mutual interests.
His Excellency directed upon receiving, at the Republican Palace today, the credentials of the ambassadors of the countries of the Republic of South Sudan, Chad, Zambia, Burkina Faso, Belarus, the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to develop Sudan's relations with those countries and to strengthen cooperation and coordination with them on issues of concern.
For his part, the Ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan, in a press statement, following the handover ceremony of accreditation papers, assured on the importance of developing bilateral relations between the two countries in all fields, especially trade, education and culture and the implementation of the Four Freedoms Agreement so that the people of the two countries can live freely in their countries.
He affirmed President Salva Kiir Mayardit's determination to achieve peace and stability in Sudan as it represents stability for South Sudan state.
It worth mentioning that the ambassadors are Khao Nak Mabir, ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan, Abdul Karim Kweru Oni, ambassador of the Republic of Chad, Emmanuel Mwamba, ambassador of the Republic of Zambia, Al-Asan ambassador to Burkina Faso, Sergei Tiberinet, ambassador of Belarus, and ambassador Siddik Sebahish ambassador to the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Khartoum