Sudanâ€™s foreign ministry on Saturday said Sudan and Zambia had signed an agreement to establish a joint ministerial committee.
The agreement was reached at in a meeting co-chaired by Sudanâ€™s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour and his Zambiaâ€™s counterpart visiting Harry Kalaba in Sudanâ€™s capital Khartoum.
â€śThe talks reviewed enhanced bilateral cooperation in the economic, commercial and cultural fields, together with enhanced mechanisms of political coordination on regional and international issues,â€ť Ghandour told reporters.
â€śSudan and Zambia maintain deeply-rooted ties,â€ť the Sudanese minister noted.
Kalaba, the first senior Zambian official to visit Sudan over the past thirty years, said his visit was meant to â€śdevelop bilateral relations in all fields.â€ť
â€śSudan is playing an important role in Africa by virtue of its location at the heart of the continent,â€ť said the foreign minister.
Kalaba also announced a planned visit by Zambian President Edgar Lunhu to Sudan.
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