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President Omar Al-Beshir’s latest visit to Eritrea stepping stone to new phase of Eritrean-Sudanese relations, Says Sudanese Foreign Minister

The Foreign Minister of the Republic of Sudan, Mr. Ali Kerti, told national media outlets that President Omar Hassan Al-Beshir’s 3-day working visit to Eritrea is part of the previous visits and consultations on the part of both countries, and that it served as a stepping stone to a new phase of bilateral ties both in depth and vitality.

Asmara, 19 January 2014 – The Foreign Minister of the Republic of Sudan, Mr. Ali Kerti, told national media outlets that President Omar Hassan Al-Beshir’s 3-day working visit to Eritrea is part of the previous visits and consultations on the part of both countries, and that it served as a stepping stone to a new phase of bilateral ties both in depth and vitality.

The Sudanese Official went on to point out that the latest visit of President Omar Al-Beshir gave rise to a new chapter as regards enhancement of the Eritrean-Sudanese relations and fostering mutual partnership. He further indicated that the two leaders extensively discussed ways and means of ensuring free trade exchange across the borders of the two countries.

Mr. Ali Kerti explained that both states share similar understandings and stances as regards resolving domestic conflicts and regional issues, and that the necessary awareness has been nurtured in connection with the fact that unwarranted external interventions open the door to deterioration. Resolving the political difference the Republic of South Sudan is witnessing and thereby preventing its development towards racial conflict demands patience and coordinated collaboration, he added.

In the same vein, Mr. Yemane Gebreab, Head of Political Affairs at the PFDJ, stated that the Sudanese leader’s latest visit to Eritrea comprises a continuation of President Isaias’ visit to the Republic of Sudan last November, and that it made remarkable input pertaining to deepening the relations between both countries. He also said that there exists common consensus on the part of Eritrea and Sudan pertaining to achieving peaceful solution to the crisis in South Sudan as it negatively affects not only South Sudan but also Eritrea and the Republic of Sudan, as well as the countries of the region in general.

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