Al-Koni concludes two-day visit to Khartoum

The Vice-President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Musa al-Koni, and his accompanying delegation concluded a two-day visit to Khartoum.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

Sudan and Libya have agreed to activate the quadripartite agreement protecting borders and limiting illegal immigration, after which the visit the Vice President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Musa Al-Koni, made to Khartoum, came to a conclusion.

During the visit, an agreement was reached on cooperation and coordination in all fields, in a way that enhances stability in the two countries.

Al-Koni was seen off at Khartoum Airport by member of the Sovereign Council, Hassan Mohamed Sheikh Idris Qazi, Minister of Interior Lieutenant-General Ezzedin el-Sheikh, Director of General Intelligence, Director of the African Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a number of officials, and members of the Libyan embassy.

Al-Koni had arrived in Khartoum yesterday, heading a top-level delegation, and met with the First Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo.

Dagalo expressed his hope that Libya will enjoy stability under its current government.

The Vice President expressed his happiness with the desire and willingness of the Libyan parties to achieve national reconciliation.

He called for the necessity of activating the role of the joint forces between the two countries to secure the borders and reduce illegal immigration.

The Director of the African Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Hassan Abdel Salam Omar, mentioned in a press statement that the meeting was characterized by frankness and transparency.

Omar added that the Vice-President of the Libyan Presidential Council invited Sudan to participate in the Libyan Neighborhood Defense Ministers’ Conference, which will be held at Morocco next month.

Al-Koni pointed out that the Libyan side expressed its desire Sudan’s participation, and for all neighboring countries to support stability in Libya and the region in general.

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