Sudan and Burkina Faso Ink Document on Mutual Cooperation

Sudan and Burkina Faso Ink Document on Mutual Cooperation

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Sudan vision : Khartoum – Sudan and Burkina Faso on Monday reaffirmed commitment to cooperate with the African Union to find remedies for African continent’s problems, combat

terrorism and extremist groups.
The two countries on Monday signed a cooperation agreement on political, economic and cultural fields.
Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir and his Burkina Faso counterpart Roch Marc Christian Kabore on Monday held a press conference at Khartoum airport at the conclusion of the visit of Kabore.
“We have historical relations with Burkina Faso and we recognize its positive role in Darfur via the presence of its peacekeeping troops within the peacekeeping mission,” said Al Bashir said at the press conference
President Kabore, for his part, highlighted cooperation among the countries of the continent, saying that Sudan provided good experience in developments.
Talks between the two sides tackled reactivation of the agreements signed in August last year within the framework of a joint ministerial committee.
President Kabore arrived in Khartoum on Sunday in an official two-day visit to Sudan, accompanied by a number of ministers and officials.

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