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Wednesday, 19 September 2018
 

Al Bashir Receives Credentials of New Indian and Japanese Ambassadors to Sudan

Khartoum (SUNA) - President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al Bahir has affirmed Sudan’s keenness

on boosting its relations with Japan and India and working for boosting these ties further to realize strategic partnership and joint cooperation.
This came when President Al Bashir received at the Republican Palace yesterday the credential papers of the new Indian and Japanese ambassadors to Sudan in the presence of State Minister at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Mohamed Abdallah Idris.
The State Minister said in a press statement that the President affirmed to the two ambassadors his full support to them in carrying out their missions, describing Sudan’s relations with the two countries as historic and deeply rooted and that they are big partners with Sudan.
He indicated that the two ambassadors affirmed keenness on establishing strategic partnerships with the Sudan, especially in the economic and investment fields.
The Japanese Ambassador to Sudan, on his part, affirmed that he would work for boosting further the ties linking the two countries in all fields.
The Indian Ambassador to Sudan, on his part, described the Sudanese-Indian relations as distinguished and developed, pledging that he would endeavor to promote these relations further in all domains.