Deputy Head of Sudan’s Transitional Council General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo has vowed to back Saudi Arabia against “all threats and attacks” from Iran and Yemen’s Houthi militias.
He made his comments after meeting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz in Jeddah.
A statement released by the Sudanese Transitional Council said Daglo expressed Sudan’s condemnation of the attacks on two Saudi oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates and the repeated launching of missiles by Houthi militias.
According to the statement, the Crown Prince thanked the Sudanese delegation for its visit, asserting that the Kingdom supports the Sudanese people.
Prince Mohammad bin Salman praised the efforts exerted by the Transitional Council to reach a political agreement in the country capable to avoid strife and that would pave the way for the transfer of authority to the people through a civil government based on democracy.
The Crown Prince also announced the Saudi unlimited support for Sudan at all levels in order to achieve stability in the country.
“The meeting discussed bilateral cooperation between the two sisterly countries in addition to the latest developments in the region,” said the Saudi Press Agency.