Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir met with the Ethiopian National Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Samora Yunis in Khartoum, Sudan.
(Middle East Monitor)―“Military relations between Sudan and Ethiopia are key to achieving stability in the two countries and the region,” Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir said yesterday.
This came during his meeting with Ethiopian Joint Chief of Staff General Samora Muhammad Yunis, according to the statement of the Ministry of Defence reported by the Anadolu Agency.
Al-Bashir expressed his hope that this bilateral relationship would be a model for other links between the countries of the region.
He awarded the highest military decoration of the Sudanese armed forces to the Chief of Staff of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces, Lieutenant General Samora Yunis, in appreciation of his efforts in strengthening the role of Ethiopian peacekeepers.
“We look forward to developing these relations in all fields to provide a model of ideal neighborly relations that take into account the common strategic interests,” Sudanese Defense Minister Awad Mohammed Bin Auf said.
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