The President congratulated Dr. Hamdok for assuming his post and announcing the formation of the new Sudanese government. He confirmed the longstanding ties, historic bonds and common interest that the two peoples of the Nile Valley share.

The President expressed his appreciation for Sudan's success in overcoming this significant juncture in its history and working towards fulfilling the aspirations of the Sudanese people for development. The President confirmed that Egypt is keen to see Sudan return

back to its role within the regional, Arab and African surrounding. This is in addition to coordinating and cooperating with Sudan on issues of mutual interest and advancing the implementation of joint developmental projects in the areas of electricity and railway to

achive prosperity for both peoples within a framework of mutual respect and common interest.

The President underlined Egypt's full support to the security and stability of Sudan and to the Sudanese people's will and choices to determine their country's future and preserve the state institutions as well as its readiness to offer all forms of support to the people of

Sudan in this regard.

Dr. Hamdok confirmed the closeness between the people and governments of Egypt and Sudan and applauded current efforts to promote cooperation. He valued Egypt's sincere support at the bilateral, regional and international levels to preserve the stability of Sudan

at this juncture in order to overcome its difficulty. He looked forward to benefiting from Egypt's experience in development projects and economic and structural reform.

The Sudanese prime Minister reviewed the developments in Sudan and efforts to address them. He expressed his country's appreciation for Egypt's leading role in the region and continent, particularly during its current chairmanship of the African Union,which resulted

in lifting the suspension of Sudan's AU membership and consequently pushed efforts to support it to succeed in realising the current milestone.

Both sides agreed to continue coordination and consultation to advance cooperation by making the best use of the available opportunities and mechanisms to enhance integration at various levels, particularly at the levels of the economy and trade. This is in addition

to the electrical and railway connection as well as supporting and building Sudanese capacities in various sectors.

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