Cairo 

Editing: Abeer Almadawy 

As Egypt cares and watches the events in Sudan and works to enhance the stability and end the conflict there, President Abdul Fattah AlSisi met with the head of Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Service, Abu Bakr Demblab.

The spokesman of the Egyptian presidency Ambassador Basam Rady said that;

The head of Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Service delivered a letter to President Alsisi from the head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council, Lieutenant General Abdul  Fattah al-Burhan. The letter included updates on the latest developments in Sudan and looked forward to Egypt's continued role to support stability in Sudan to overcome this phase.

This is given the close bonds between the two countries and Egypt's pivotal role in the continent, leading joint African action as the AU chair.

President El Sisi conveyed his greeting to the head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council and expressed his appreciation for the Council's efforts to address the current situation in the country.

The President confirmed Egypt's full and unconditional readiness to provide all support to Sudan in order to realise the milestones in the interest of the Sudanese people, and in a way that guarantees supporting their will and choices in drawing the future of their country and preserving state institutions.

 

 

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