President El-Sisi affirms Egypt’s support for all efforts to promote peace, stability and development in Sudan
The meeting of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, today, Saturday, at the Republican Palace in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, with Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Chairman of the Sudanese Transitional Sovereignty Council, witnessed an exchange of views on the developments of the Renaissance Dam file, as it was agreed that the current delicate stage that the Renaissance Dam file is going through The highest degree of coordination between Egypt and Sudan, as the two downstream countries that will be directly affected by this dam, requires stressing the rejection of any unilateral measures aimed at imposing the status quo and monopolizing the resources of the Blue Nile, and then strengthening bilateral, regional and international efforts to reach a comprehensive and integrated agreement on the rules for filling and operating the Renaissance Dam. It shall be legally binding and achieve the interests of the three countries, and limit the damages and effects of the Renaissance Dam on Egypt and Sudan, especially by supporting the Sudanese proposal to form an international quartet that includes the presidency of the African Union, the United States, the European Union and the United Nations to mediate in this file.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s support for all efforts to promote peace, stability and development in Sudan during that pivotal stage in its history, based on a firm conviction that Sudan’s security and stability is an integral part of Egypt’s security and stability, and that Egypt’s hand is always and ever extended for cooperation and good. And construction for Sudan as a fixed strategic approach.
President El-Sisi also affirmed Egypt’s continued support for the government and Prime Time Zone of Sudan in all fields, and the interest in upgrading bilateral relations in a way that enhances the strategic partnership based on mutual respect and joint cooperation for the benefit of the two brotherly countries, and in a manner that makes Egyptian-Sudanese relations an example for comprehensive development partnership and economic integration. .
The Spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, Ambassador Bassam Rady, stated that President Al-Sisi and the Chairman of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council held a separate session of talks, followed by an expanded session that included the delegations of the two countries. The Egyptian Sudanese is of distinction, specificity and unity of destiny, expressing appreciation for Egypt’s stances in support of Sudan in all fields, to face the repercussions of the various crises, as well as contributing to raising Sudan’s name from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism, which are the Egyptian positions that are a reflection of the historical and strategic relations that bring the two countries together. Sudan is counting on the continuation of these supportive positions in various regional and international forums.
On the level of bilateral relations, Lieutenant General Al-Burhan emphasized Sudan’s aspiration and keenness to activate joint projects between Egypt and Sudan and to enhance the prospects for cooperation between them at various levels, especially at the political, economic, security and military levels.
The Spokesman added that President El-Sisi, for his part, expressed his appreciation to his brother, Chairman of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council for the warm reception and generous hospitality, stressing the bonds of brotherhood, affection and common history between the Egyptian and Sudanese peoples, and praising the great momentum witnessed by bilateral relations recently, reflecting political will To elevate these relations to broader horizons, especially in various strategic areas of common interest.
The Spokesman stated that the talks touched on ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries at all levels, in addition to discussing a number of regional and international issues of common interest, especially developments in the Sudanese-Ethiopian border region and the recent Sudanese moves to extend state sovereignty over its eastern borders bordering Ethiopia, which It comes within the framework of Sudan’s respect for international agreements establishing borders and its constant endeavor to assert the state’s sovereignty peacefully and without resorting to violence.
They also discussed various developments in the Horn of Africa and East Africa, where the discussions reflected a mutual understanding between the two sides regarding ways to deal with these files, in order to ensure the enhancement of African capabilities to face the challenges facing the continent as a whole. It was also agreed to intensify the frequency of bilateral meetings between the two sides. Senior officials from the two countries periodically to coordinate vigorous and mutual coordination towards the successive developments currently taking place in the geographical surroundings of the two countries
The article Egypt and Sudan stress the rejection of any unilateral measures aimed at imposing a fait accompli and monopolizing the resources of the Blue Nile. It was written in Al-Borsa newspaper.