German Deputy Foreign minister, Valetta Lynder has stressed the particular relationships linking the Sudan and Germany, pointing to Germany’s commitment to continue efforts for brining closer the views of the Sudanese government and that of the rebel movements.
He praised Sudan’s positive role in supporting and bringing stability in the region.
Lynder discussed during his meeting with Sudan’s Minister of Foreign affairs, Ibrahim Ghandour on the sideline of Munich Security Conference the way develop and promote the bilateral relations between the two countries.
He encourages more German companies to come and invest in the country and would help promote the economic relations between the two sides.
Ghandour praised the German efforts in boosting peace process in Darfur referring in particular to the unofficial meeting between the government of the Sudan and the rebel movements which took place in Berlin, with the aim of bringing closer the views of the two sides.
He stressed Sudan welcomes German companies wishing to operate in the Sudan, referring in particular to Siemens Company which resumed operation in the Sudan.