Sudan participates in 77th UN General Assembly sessions

Sudan will participate in the acclivities of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, which will be held on September 20 , while a technical delegation from the concerned authorities will participate in the preparatory meetings for the Education Transformation Summit, which will be held on the 19th of this month.

In a statement , Ambassador Ali Al-Sadiq, Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that the head of the Sudanese delegation will address the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, explaining the developments of the situation in the country and the role entrusted to the United Nations to play in order to reach a national consensus that leads to the formation of a civilian government and the achievement of democratic transformation and completion of the period , along with issues related to stability in the Darfur region, the progress of implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement, sustainable development, and the positive role of Sudan in the region, beside the issue of the Renaissance Dam.

He added that the head of the delegation is expected to meet on the sidelines of the Assembly’s work with his counterparts from the participating countries and will discuss with them ways to develop bilateral relations on regional and international issues of common concern.

Ambassador Ali Al-Sadiq, The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs in charge, will participate on the sidelines of the work of the General Assembly in the annual ministerial meeting of the member states of the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the ministerial meeting of the least developed countries, in addition to the ministerial meeting of the Group of 77 and China.

The minister will also participate in the meeting called by China (Friends of the International Development Initiative .

The Minister of Foreign Affairs will also meet with a number of his counterparts, the foreign ministers participating in the session, and he will chair the IGAD foreign ministers to discuss issues related to organizing the executive secretariat, filling vacant posts, and following up on the organization’s centers in the member states, as well as issues of peace, stability and development in the region.

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