Sudan participated in the Ninth Meeting of Foreign Affairs ministers of Libya neighbouring countries, which begins today in the al-Niger capital Niamey.The delegation is headed by Ambassador Kamal Al Deen Ismail the Minister of State at the Foreign Ministry, accompanied by Director of the neighbouring countries, Ambassador Mohammed Ghanem Bukhari.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ambassador, Gareeballah Al Kider, said the meeting will discuss the course of the national reconciliation process and the developments of the situation in Libya.
He added that the foreign ministers of Niger, Chad, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya will participate in the meeting alongside Sudan.
The 9th ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighbouring countries kicked off Wednesday in Niamey, in which take part regional, African and international institutions.
Niger’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation, African Integration and National Community Abroad Ibrahim Yacouba affirmed in his opening speech that the “neighbouring countries, particularly Niger, are the most affected by the Libyan crisis,” hence the need for a common action to support political resolution of the crisis.