KHARTOUM, -- Sudanese State Minister for International Co-operation Hussein Ibrahim Al-Hindi has affirmed that Sudan is open to co-operation with Somalia in all fields, particularly Sudan's experience in the domain of international and bilateral co-operation as well as in dealing with international organizations.

He said this during a meeting with a visiting delegation of the Somali Parliament here Monday. The visit was to seek co-ordination between the two countries and to learn from the Sudanese foreign ministry's experiences in higher ministerial committees and foreign aid management.

Delegation leader Dr. Abdul-Qadir Asballi said the meeting was fruitful and touched on several issues of concern for the two countries. He revealed that the minister pledged to grant Somalia a number of training opportunities for civil service personnel to take advantage of Sudan's experience in this area.

Al-Hindi expressed appreciation for the visit and added that the ministry's doors were open to Somali people, while pointing out that Sudan has been following with concern what has been going on in Somalia, especially the recent conflict which has claimed the lives of a number of defenceless Somali people.

Al-Hindi hoped the Somali factions would discard their differences and unite in order to establish security throughout the country to avail full opportunities for the legitimate government in Mogadishu to establish sustainable development in Somalia.

Source: Name News Network

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