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King Salman meets Sudan’s army chief

King Salman bin Abdulaziz received, at his palace in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on Monday, the Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the two sides discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and prospects for their support in all fields.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan. During the meeting, they reviewed aspects of Saudi-Sudanese relations in various fields and promising opportunities to develop them, including development and investment aspects, in addition to discussing several issues of common interest between the two countries.

According to the Sudanese News Agency “SUNA”, Prince Mohammed bin Salman pledged the Kingdom’s continued support for the Sudanese people, praising Sudan’s role and efforts in combating terrorism. The Crown Prince also affirmed the readiness of the Saudi Investment Fund for open investment in Sudan in all fields.

The two sides pointed out “the need for cooperation in the field of Red Sea security, in the military field and the exchange of experiences.”

The Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council praised “the continuous support that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been providing to Sudan to achieve stability and peace, and its permanent support for Sudan in regional and international forums.”

Al-Burhan condemned the “terrorist attacks of the Houthi groups on Saudi Arabia,” explaining that “the security of the Kingdom is the security of Sudan,” stressing his country’s support for the Kingdom.

The statement of the Transitional Sovereignty Council stated that Al-Burhan explained the political developments in Sudan and the government’s efforts to achieve security and stability.

Al-Burhan had arrived earlier in Riyadh, where he was received at King Khalid International Airport by the Deputy Governor of the Riyadh region, Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman bin Abdulaziz, according to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”.

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