Angola, Sudan assess cooperation

Luanda – Angola and Sudan Wednesday in Luanda discussed the ways to increase their cooperation in the Parliamentary field.

This was during an audience the National Assembly Speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, granted to Sudanese ambassador to Angola, Khalid Mohamed Farah El Fahal.

Speaking to the press, the diplomat said that they discussed the situation in Sudan, as part of the national dialogue held in 2016.

He said he had delivered the Text that will be the basis for the his country’s Constitution aimed at creating a government of national unity.

He also praised Angola’s political support for Sudan during the UN Security Council mandate as a non-permanent member.

Khalid El Fahal, the first ambassador of Sudanese resident, noted that relations between the two countries are now concentrated more on the political domain.

He pledged to continue to work on increasing cooperation in the economic, social and cultural areas.

The diplomat handed over his Credentials to the President of the Republic, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, in November 2016.

Source: Angola Press News Agency