UK affirms support to transitional government
President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC) Gen. Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan met at his office at the Republican Palace today UK’s Special Envoys for the Horn of Africa and the Red Sea Julian Riley and for Sudan and South Sudan Robert Fairweather.
The meeting reviewed bilateral relations between Sudan and Britain and ways and means of boosting them further besides regional issues of mutual concern.
In a press statement after the meeting, Julian Reilly affirmed his country’s readiness to support the transition period in the economic and political fields.
He pointed out that after the successful and fruitful visit of Foreign Minister Dominic Raab to Sudan last January, Britain decided its full support for the government of the transitional period with focus on economic reforms, implementation of the peace agreement and building institutions of governance.
The British Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa and the Red Sea indicated that his meeting with the President of the Sovereignty Council reviewed the situation in the region and how to ensure security, peace and stability in it through joint work and coordination between Sudan and Britain.
For his part, the Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Robert Fairweather, said that the meeting with the President of the Sovereignty Council dealt with how to cooperate between Sudan and Britain to persuade non-signatories to the Juba Peace Agreement for Sudan to come to Khartoum.
The meeting also reviewed aspects of cooperation between Sudan and Britain to consolidate peace in the Republic of South Sudan by supporting the best and successful implementation of the peace agreement signed between the southern parties in order to achieve stability in the Republic of South Sudan.
Source : Suna
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