Daglo Receives Phone Call from US Assistant Secretary of State
Khartoum, Jan.5(SUNA)-Vice-President of the Transitioanl Sovereignty Council(TSC) Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo received a telephone call from the US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Molly Phee during which the two sides affirmed necessity of completing arrangements of democratic transition in the country in order to reach to elections at the end of the transitional period,.
Daglo presented a full briefing to the US Assistant Secretary of State about the political situations in the country , commending the American government’s big role and concern with Sudan , expressing hope that the US Government would continue its efforts in helping Sudan to go ahead with democratic transition process
He indicated that the way-out of the current political crisis implies in initiating inclusive dialogue that leads to national consensus embarcing all Sudanese
Molly Phee,, for her part, underscored keenness of her country to cooperate and coordinate with government of Sudan to make the transitional period and the democratic transition a success.
She said she supports the Sudanese-Sudanese talks to overcome the current crisis , announcing readiness of her country and the international community to provide every possible support that help the Sudanese people to achieve stability and democratic transition their counry
Phee pointed to possibility of making use of the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) to play role of mediator and narrow difference of views between the Sudanese parties.
The phone call between the TSC Vice-President and the US Assistant Secretary of State came within framework of consultation, coordination and assurance of the democratic transition process.
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