Egypt will host a summit conference of the Sudan’s neighbouring countries on Thursday, July 13, to consider ways of putting an end to the ongoing conflict in the Sudan and its negative consequence on Sudan’s neighbouring countries as well as on the security and stability of the entire region, Presidency Spokesman Ahmed Fahmy said.
The move to host such a summit conference comes in light of the ongoing crisis in Sudan and in reflection of President Sisi’s keenness on drafting a common vision for the countries in Sudan’s direct neighbourhood, Spokesman Fahmy said.
The move, he added, aims to take steps towards solving the crisis, stopping the bloodshed in the Sudan and enabling the people of the Sudan to avert the negative impacts of the crisis as curbing the continuation of the grave effects of the crisis on the neighbouring countries, and the security and stability of the entire region.
The summit conference, Spokesman Fahmy said, also aims to help preserve the Sudanese state and its potentials in addition to reducing the grave repercussions of the continuation of the crisis in the Sudan on the neighbouring countries as well as on the security and stability of the region as a whole.
Furthermore, the summit will seek to develop effective mechanisms with the participation of Sudan’s neighbouring countries for reaching a peaceful settlement of the crisis in coordination with other regional and international tracks seeking the same goal, Fahmy added.