President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi received on Saturday a call from General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, the head of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council, as the two sides agreed to continue joint coordination and extensive consultation during the coming period in all regional flies and issues of common concern.
Presidency spokesperson said the two sides exchanged their views on overall bilateral relations between the two countries, and other issues.
Al Burhan stressed “the strength of the historic ties inherent between Egypt and Sudan.” He also praised “the unlimited Egyptian support to preserve the safety and stability of Sudan, and his support for success in the current transitional period, as well as the mutual efforts to strengthen the bonds of joint cooperation between the two countries.”
Al-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s “strategic stance supporting Sudan’s security and stability, and Egypt’s keenness to continue cooperation and coordination with Sudan in all files of mutual interest, in light of the eternal ties that unite the people of the Nile Valley.”
According to the statement, the two sides agreed “on the continuation of joint coordination and intensive consultation during the coming period on all regional files and issues of common concern, and ways to enhance bilateral cooperation frameworks between the two countries.”