Arab League envoy Salah Halima (Image: SUNA)
Arab League envoy Salah Halima (Image: SUNA)

Khartoum, 25 Dzulqa’dah 1436/9 September 2015 (MINA) – The Ambassadors of the Arab group accredited to Sudan have affirmed support of their countries to the national dialogue in Sudan.

In a statement to Sudan News Agency (SUNA) after the group’s meeting with the mechanism for national dialogue on Monday, Arab League’s envoy to Sudan Salah Halima said that the meeting discussed the means to supporting the Comprehensive National Dialogue, declared by President of Omer Al-Bashir for bringing about a solution to all Sudan issues.

He added that the Arab Ambassadors affirmed the support of their countries to the Sudanese national dialogue, Islamic International News Agency (IINA) quoted by Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) as reporting.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador in Khartoum Hamid bin Masala stressed the Kingdom’s keenness to support the Sudan’s stability. He hoped that the dialogue would be a Sudanese – Sudanese one, held inside the country and would tackle all the issues of Sudan.

Ahmed Saad Omer, the leading figure of the Democratic Unionist Party, said that the 7+7 mechanism has informed the Arab Ambassadors on the road-map, progress of the dialogue and the strong will to make the dialogue a Sudanese – Sudanese one.(T/R05/R03)


Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)


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