KHARTOUM, March 15 -- Sudanese Foreign Minister Professor Ibrahim Ghandour left Monday for Germany for an official visit which will be followed by a visit to Poland during which he will hold talks with a number of officials in the two countries.

The Foreign Ministry said in a statement here Monday that he would hold talks with his German counterpart and other ministers and legislators in Germany.

In Poland he will hold talks with the foreign minister before calling on the Polish President.

The visits are being made in the context of openness towards European countries, indicating that one of the important result of the foreign minister's previous visit to Europe was the opening of direct channels of contact with the European Union (EU) and agreement over the new strategy of the EU in its dealing with Sudan, especially on issues of migration and supporting matters of concern to Sudan, top of which are the debt and World Trade Organization (WTO) membership issues.

Source: SUNA

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