The Qatari foreign minister, who is in Khartoum, met with his Sudanese counterpart to discuss issues of common concern.
Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, who is visiting Khartoum, met with his Sudanese counterpart Maryam al-Sadiq al-Mahdi, News i reported, quoting Middle East News.
During the meeting, the two sides exchanged views on bilateral relations, prospects for cooperation between the two countries, the importance of activating political consultative mechanisms, and holding meetings between high-ranking officials to discuss investment opportunities in investment, education and other fields.
During the meeting, the Qatari Foreign Minister stressed the depth of relations between Doha and Khartoum and added: “Qatar will continue to support Sudan on various issues, especially the issue of the Ennahda Dam and border tensions with Ethiopia.”
Al-Thani also announced Qatar’s readiness to provide the necessary assistance and advice to Sudan, especially since Doha is currently chairing the Arab League and will soon hold a meeting to review the latest developments in the region.
Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi also thanked Al-Thani for the visit, praised Qatar’s support for Sudan and called for the expansion of joint relations in all areas.
Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani also traveled to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, for some official visits.
During the visit, he met with Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dubai.
Al-Thani held a joint news conference after meeting with his Libyan counterpart Najla al-Manqoush.
Al-Manqoush said at the meeting that an agreement had been reached on activating the agreements reached between Libya and Qatar.
He added: “We invited the Qatari delegation to reopen their embassy in Tripoli.”
The Libyan foreign minister did not comment on the date of the reopening, saying he had received “good news” about the reopening of the embassy in Tripoli from the Qatari delegation.
Al-Thani reiterated Qatar’s continued support for Libya.
The Qatari foreign minister announced the formation of a working group between the two countries and meetings of officials, emphasizing the continuation of support for the UN-led political process in Libya.