Sudan, France Discuss Immigration, Terrorism


The joint efforts to combat terrorism and illegal immigration are at the forefront of the meetings of the Political Consultative Committee between Sudan and France, which begin today in Khartoum.

The two sides will also discuss bilateral issues between the two countries.

The French side is headed by the Director General of the Africa and Indian Ocean Department at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The delegation also includes the French Special Envoy and the French Ambassador to Sudan. The Sudanese side is headed by the Director General of European and American Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The talks dealt with joint efforts to combat illegal immigration and combating terrorism, as well as issues of bilateral relations in political, economic and cultural aspects, as well as regional developments and the situation in neighboring countries.

The talks will also include cooperation between the two countries in international organizations and platforms. The French delegation will also meet with senior officials in the country to discuss the issues of peace process, development and political and constitutional developments within the framework of the national dialogue.