The Sudan Ambassador to Bahrain, Abdalla Ahmed Osman, has declared that a delegation of the Bahraini Senate, led by the Second Deputy Speaker of the Senate, Adil Al-Ma'awda, is due to visit Khartoum during May 7 â€“ 11.
In a press statement, Ambassador Osman pointed out that the visit in the context of the parliamentary cooperation and to consolidate the fraternity and friendship bonds between Council of Representative of Bahrain and the Sudanese National Assembly, to exchange views on ways to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two sister countries and peoples.
He said that the visit comes in response to the visit paid by the Speaker of the Sudanese National Assembly, Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Tahir, to Manama in last February and following the visit of the Chairman of the Council of Representatives of Bahrain, Khalifa Al-Dhahrani, to Khartoum in April 2009.
He said that the delegation will visit Sudan to hold official talks and meetings with the National Assembly and to discuss means to enhance relations and open new horizons of investment between the two brother countries, referring to the importance of the parliamentary coordination with Sudan particularly in agricultural, livestock and all natural resources, appreciating the distinguished relations between the two countries.
It is to mention that the delegation includes, in addition to Al-Maawda, the deputies Mahmoud Al-Mahmoud, Jawad Abdalla ,Khalid Abdulaal and Mohammed Bogasi.