Saif bin Zayed and the Sudanese Interior Minister discuss ways to improve bilateral relations

Abu Dhabi (WAM)

His Highness Lieutenant General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, met yesterday, at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, His Excellency the Lieutenant General Anan Hamed Omar, Minister of the Interior in charge of fraternal Republic of the Sudan, and the accompanying delegation. During the meeting, ways to strengthen the existing bilateral relations between the two brother countries in the field of security and police, and ways to improve them, were discussed.

Lt. General His Highness Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan said yesterday in a tweet on ‘Twitter’: ‘I met His Excellency the Prime Minister of Interior in charge of the fraternal Republic of Sudan, and we reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries , and aspects of coordination and joint cooperation in the fields of security and police and information exchange, in order to realize the aspirations of The leaderships of the two brother countries support the security and stability efforts in the region.

The meeting was attended by the UAE Ministry of the Interior, Major General Khalifa Hareb Al Khaili, the Under Secretary of the Ministry, Major General Salem Al Shamsi, the Assistant Under Secretary for Resources and Support Services and a number of officers. The visiting delegation included Lieutenant General Abdel Moneim Muhammad Abdel Qayyum, Deputy Director General for Financial Affairs, Lieutenant General Nasr El Din Muhammad Abdel Rahim, Deputy Director General for Traffic, Lieutenant General Al Seddik Al Obaid Abdullah, Deputy Director General for Reserve Forces Central, and Major General Tariq Muhammad Muhammad Ibrahim, Director of General Administration of Cooperation, Major General of Police Muawiya Jaafar Muhammad Othman, Director of General Department of Passports and Immigration, Major General of Police Essam El Din Talib, of the ministerial executive office, and a number of officers.

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