The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, agreed with the President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to exchange delegations between the two countries and activate the agreements signed between them, reviewing ways to support and develop bilateral relations.

This agreement came during the talks in the capital, Tripoli, where they addressed issues of common interest, leading to peace and stability in Sudan and the region, according to a statement by the Presidential Council’s Media Office.

Al-Burhan applauded the positive positions of Libya expressed by Menfi in regional and international circles, calling for supporting Sudan’s unity, national security and stability, and rejecting negative foreign interference in the two countries.

Menfi received Al-Burhan on Monday afternoon at Mitiga International Airport in the presence of the Chief of Staff of the forces affiliated with the Government of National Unity, Lieutenant General Mohammed Al-Haddad, and members of the “5+5” Joint Military Commission for the Western Region, and the acting Foreign Minister, Al-Taher Al-Baour.

In a separate meeting in Tripoli, Al-Burhan discussed with the Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, a number of common regional and international files, according to a brief statement published by Hakomitna platform.

This official visit by Al-Burhan comes at the invitation of Menfi, as the Sudanese Sovereignty Council said that Al-Burhan will discuss the course of bilateral relations between the two countries, ways to strengthen them, and issues of common interest between the two countries.