The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour, returned home Friday concluding a four day tour.
The tour took the minister to Chad, Niger, Guinea Conakry and Gambia where he met with heads of state and delivered messages from President Omar Bashir on bilateral relations, political coordination and resolving African issues within the continent.
Professor Ghandour started his tour with Chad where he was received by President Idris Debbi, at Um Giris town in the presence of the Chadian minister of foreign affairs Musa Fakki. In Niger he was received by President Musa Yusufu in the presence of the minister of foreign affairs Aishatu Bulama.
In the two countries he held talks with his counterparts dealing with bilateral cooperation and coordination in the region and international forums.
In Guinea Conakry, the minister, professor Ghandour was received by the president of Guinea professor Alpha Konde, in the presence of the Guinean Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Ghandour handed the Guinean president a message from president Bashir.
The two sides held talks on bilateral cooperation and coordination between eh two counties in regional and international forum and on cooperation on issues related to the African continent's security and peace.
Ghandour briefed the president of Guinea on efforts exerted by the government of Sudan to achieve peace and stability in the country.
He also briefed the Guinean president on the national dialogue process in the Sudan.