The Prime Minister Dr. Abdullah Hamduk and his accompanying delegation met today head and members of the German-African Foundation which includes a number of members of the German Parliament and some official institutions related to Sudan and members of civil society organizations
At the beginning of the meeting, the Prime Minister thanked the members of the Foundation for their supportive stances with Sudan, praised the German support for Sudan since the formation of the transitional government, and gave a full explanation of situation developments in Sudan, reviewing the challenges facing the transitional period and the government's efforts to find beneficial solutions to it, especially what concerned of peace files and the economy
For their part, members of the German Parliament expressed their willingness to provide the necessary support to Sudan in the framework of bilateral relations and in international forums, explaining that they are friends of Sudan and are interested in the success of the transitional period and achieving the ambition and aspirations of the Sudanese people.
They thanked the Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation for informing them of situation developments in Sudan, which, according to their testimonies, helped them to be fully understand the reality of the situation and its developments.
The German-African Foundation aims to advance and develop German-African relations
It is worth noting that the Foundation mobilized
adherence and support among German parliamentarians until the draft resolution to resume development cooperation with Sudan was approved yesterday, Thursday, February 13, before the arrival of the Prime Minister to the Republic of Germany and a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.