The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdullah Hamdouk, has briefed the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Labrov, on the developments in Sudan, and the priorities that the transitional government is working to achieve in the coming period.
During his meeting, today, Saturday, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference held in 14-16 of current February, in Munich, Germany, Hamdouk extended thanks to the Russian Foreign Minister for his country's keenness to develop relations between the two countries, stressing the preference of the Russian FM for the importance of achieving peace in Sudan.
The meeting discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries and the importance of strengthening them, meanwhile, Mr. Labrov indicated the convening of the joint ministerial committee between the two countries in next March, praising the deliberations of the political consultation committee recently held in Khartoum.
Labrov has expressed pleasure over calmness of conditions in Darfur, describing the progress made in the peace file negotiations in Juba as an important and positive step that finds the support of the Russian government.
The meeting has tackled the conditions in the region, and the importance of Sudan’s stability, which would support regional stability, especially that the Sudan has positive initiatives in supporting peace efforts in neighbouring countries