Sudanese Foreign Minister: Sudanese ambassador returns to Cairo next Monday
Sudan's Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said his country would return its ambassador to Cairo on Monday, two months after his withdrawal.

Khartoum did not announce the reason for the withdrawal of Ambassador Abdelmahmood Abdel Halim in early January, but there were Egyptian doubts about a maritime agreement between Sudan and Turkey that caused the rupture of relations.

"The relations between the two peoples and the two countries are historic, keeping them responsible and putting them on the right path," Ghandour told Reuters on Saturday. Cairo witnessed a meeting of foreign ministers and chief intelligence officers of the two countries last month to ease tension in relations.

For his part, Sudanese Ambassador to Cairo Abdelmahmood Abdel Halim said that he will return to Egypt on Monday to resume his work, two months after his government summoned him to consult. He explained that he will do his normal work after his return to Cairo and will promote and develop relations between his country and Egypt.

He noted that he will participate with the Sudanese Foreign Minister in the meetings of the Council of the Arab League in Cairo on March 6 and 7, as the Permanent Representative of Sudan to the Arab League.

He pointed out that the agenda of the regular meeting discussed many Arab issues, especially the developments of the Palestinian issue and the situation in Yemen, Libya and Syria, in addition to the administrative and financial issues of interest to the Arab League.

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