Khartoum and Cairo have today signed a military cooperation agreement, following the visit of the Egyptian Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Mohamed Farid to the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
The meeting which today place in Khartoum Sudan was attended by several amry key figures from both Sudan and Egypt.
Farid stressed that Egypt “seeks to consolidate ties and relations with Sudan in all fields, especially military and security fields,” adding that “solidarity is a strategic approach imposed by the regional and international environment.”
Farid stressed that Sudan and Egypt face common challenges as well as national security threats.
Both promised to work hand in hand.
General Mohamed Othman al-Hussein, said that “the aim of the agreement is to achieve national security for the two countries, and to build armed forces full of experience and knowledge.” report by media sources.
The Khartoum leaders thanked Egypt for standing with them in times they refer to as difficult.