The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, Thursday evening headed to the German capital, Berlin, on a two-day official visit to participate in the Security Conference in Europe 2020 in Munich, which will be held during February 14 - 16.
He will on Friday with the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, and will also meet on the sidelines of the conference with a number of regional and international personalities who are concerned with the Sudanese issue.
The visit of the Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation to Germany comes within the framework of progressing relations between Sudan and the Republic of Germany after 30 years of weakness and amid big German concern and support to the transitional civil government and the democratic transformation in Sudan.
It is worth noted that the German President will visit Sudan at the end of this month in for strengthening the bilateral relations between the two countries and to affirm support to the transitional government in its quest for renaissance and economic development, and also to discuss enabling Sudan to benefit from the German experience, especially that Germany obtains as one of the largest economies in Europe and the world.
The visit of Dr. Hamdouk to Germany is expected to contribute to strengthening the relations with Europe and Sudan return to the international community.
The delegation accompanying the Prime Minister in his visit to Germany includes the Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. Jamal-Eddin Omer Mohamed, the Minister of Energy and Mining, Adel Ali Ibrahim, the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Omer Gamar-Eddin, and the General Director of the General Intelligence Service, Gen. Jamal Abdul-Hamid Gasm-Essid.