KHARTOUM, June 28 (KUNA) -- Sudanese President Omar Bashir Saturday
informed a Libyan Presidential envoy that what Sudanese newspapers' reported
about Libya's support of rebels' attack against Omdorman was not the position
of the Khartoum government.
Bashir's advisor Mustafa Ismail told the press that the Sudanese President
affirmed Khartoum's keenness to coordinate and cooperate with Tripoli.
Sudan considers the relations with Libya as strategic and is keen on
further developing them, said Ismail.
Ismail said the meeting between Bashir and the Libyan leader's envoy
touched upon the attack of the Justice and Equality Movement's rebels against
The Libyan envoy, Bashir Saleh, said the meeting with Bashir was "excellent.
Over the past few weeks, Sudanese press have been suggesting that Libya was
involved in the attack against Omdorman. (end)
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