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Egypt hosts 2 day dialogue meeting between Sudanese opposition groups to support peace and stability in Sudan

Ahram Online , Tuesday 13 Aug 2019
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Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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Egypt has hosted over the past two days an important meeting between the Sudanese Alliance for Freedom and Change (AFC), including the Sudanese Revolutionary Front, "with the aim of achieving peace in the country as an issue that concerns all brothers in Sudan, and to support the constitutional document scheduled to be signed on 17 August," the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press statement released late on Monday.

The ministry's statement said that the participants exchanged views and agreed to present the outcome of the meeting to the leaders of the AFC in Khartoum.

The foreign ministry stressed that "Egypt continues to communicate with the brothers in Sudan and also with its neighbouring countries, as well as on a regional level, in order to achieve peace and stability in Sudan, and to support the country’s new government in its efforts to fulfill the aspirations of the brotherly Sudanese people."

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