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'Egypt fully supports right of Sudanese people to determine their future,' Sisi tells gathering under AU umbrella
Published in Ahram Online on 23 - 04 - 2019

Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi stressed "Egypt's full support to the choices and free will of the Sudanese people in determining their country's future, and the consensus they will reach in this critical juncture in their country's history."
The president's remarks came during the opening of a gathering of African leaders in Cairo on Tuesday to consult on the ongoing crisis in Sudan, 10 days after the ouster of Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir amid mass protests.
Another gathering to discuss developments in the crisis in Libya is set also to be held in Cairo later on Tuesday.
The meetings on Sudan and Libya are hosted by President El-Sisi as the current chairman of the AU for 2019.
They are being attended by the leaders of Chad, Djibouti, Rwanda, Congo, Somalia, and South Africa.
Also participating in the meetings are the chief of the AU commission, the Ethiopian deputy prime minister, the South Sudanese advisor for security affairs, as well as officials from Uganda and Nigeria.
The meeting on Sudan aims to discuss the developing conditions in the country and boosting joint work and consultations over the best methods to deal with developments in the country and continuing to support stability and peace.
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