ANKARA, -- Sudanese Foreign Minister Professor Ibrahim Ghandour has met with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim and conveyed to him the greetings of Sudanese First Vice-President Lieutenant-General Bakri Hassan Salih and briefed him on the latest developments in Sudan.
Yildirim stressed the importance of Sudanese-Turkish relations, while reiterating Turkey's desire to strengthen co-operation in the fields of education and investment.
Ghandour also held discussions Friday with the Speaker of the Turkish Parliament, Ismail Kahraman, on ways of strengthening the parliamentary relations between the two sides and ways of boosting them further, and conveyed to him the greetings of his Sudanese counterpart, Professor Ibrahim Ahmed Omer.
Ghandour held talks with Turkish Foreign Minister Mouloud Jawish Ihsanoglu and the two sides addressed all the political and economic aspects, where the Sudanese foreign minister stressed that Turkey's security was a red line for the Sudan and the Sudan would not allow Turkey to be exposed to any instability, reiterating his call to strengthen bilateral economic and investment relations. Their talks also covered the latest developments in the region.
The Turkish Foreign Minister praised Sudan's position regarding the failed coup attempt in Turkey, asserting his country's keenness on Sudan's stability, pointing out that Turkey was ready to respond to any Sudanese request to consolidate the stability and development in Sudan.
The Turkish minister referred to the start of economic action through specific agricultural projects, while calling on businessmen in the two countries to engage in joint investments.
Source: Nam News Network