Khartoum – Turkish Vice President, Fuat Oktay stressed the keenness of the Turkish leadership on its strategic relations with Sudan..
During his meeting with the Minister of the Federal Governance Chamber, envoy of the President of the Republic to Ankara, Hamed Mumtaz, Oktay renewed Turkey’s full stand with Sudan in the face of challenges that target its security and stability..
During the meeting, Mumtaz delivered a written message to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an from the President of the Republic concerning the development of bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries..
The meeting reviewed the details of the strategic partnership projects in preparation for the meetings of the Supreme Council for Strategic Cooperation between the two countries..
Mumtaz presented an explanation of the situation in Sudan following the recent protests, stressing the calm of the situation, referring to the steps taken by the government to address the economic situation in the short and long term..
Mumtaz also met with the President and members of the Turkish-Sudanese Friendship Group, and met with, Chairman of the ruling Justice and Development Party where they discussed the support and development of bilateral relations in the parliamentary and partisan fields..