The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, will leave on Tuesday for Saudi Arabia in an official visit. He will be accompanied by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, the Council of Ministers, Finance and Economic Planning, Agriculture and Investment and International Cooperation, in addition to the Director of the General Intelligence Service and the Governor of the Bank of Sudan.
The Prime Minister’s visit program includes meetings with the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohamed bin Salman bin Abdul-Aziz, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and a number of Saudi officials.
Members of the accompanying delegation will hold meetings with their Saudi counterparts.
The official visit comes as an expression of the importance of the historical relations between the two brotherly countries, and to discuss various issues of mutual concern and ways to boost the cooperation between the two countries ffor the well-being, security and stability of the peoples of the two brotherly countries.