Egyptian, Sudanese FMs meet again to coordinate initiatives
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 9/14/1999
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa and his Sudanese counterpart Mustafa Othman Ismael on Monday in Cairo held a meeting in which they discussed the next move to coordinate the Arab and African initiatives to deal with the Sudanese problem.
This is the second meeting between Moussa and Ismael since the latter arrived in Cairo on Thursday to attend the meetings of the Arab foreign ministers.
Following the meeting, Moussa said: "We have discussed steps for the coming move in order to ensure Sudan's stability and its territorial integrity."
The Sudanese FM indicated the integration between the initiative presented by IGAD (the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development group, which includes Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Eritrea) and the Libyan - Egyptian initiative. He revealed "Egyptian efforts and contacts with Washington to change the US stand towards Sudan," adding that these Egyptian efforts "are normal."
On Egyptian-Sudanese relations, the Sudanese minister said, "There are moves concerning all issues pertaining to bilateral relations."
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