Angolan president, Sudan official discuss cooperation
Luanda - Angolan head of State José Eduardo dos Santos and vice President of Sudan, Hassabo Mohamed, Friday discussed issues of common interest as part of cooperation relations between the two countries.
This was during an audience the president José Eduardo dos Santos granted to the Sudanese official, who came in Luanda to attend the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the International Conference on Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), postponed for March.
The information was released by the minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Sudan, Kamal Saeed, who also attended the audience.
The official told the press that in addition to the common interest matters, the meeting also focused on cooperation among the States of the Great Lakes region as well as the situation related to the peace and security in sub-region of Africa.
He also said that the Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, in his speech at the meeting gave a more comprehensive view on the situation of peace and security in the Great Lakes region.
The official described the audience as an opportunity to thank the Angolan president, José Eduardo dos Santos, for his commitment to search for peace and security in the member countries of ICGLR.
Hassabo Mohamed also stressed that the two interlocutors have reviewed the state of bilateral cooperation in which the President agreed to welcome the Sudanese ambassador to Angola.
"We have outlined strategies and information on the situation of peace and security in Central African Republic (CAR), Burundi and South Sudan", said the minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Sudan.
The Angola Foreign Affairs minister, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti, also attended the audience.