Abdallah Hamdok, Sudan’s Prime Minister to visit the German capital for a working meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel next week, the Federal Government Press and Information Office in Germany announced on February 9.
The press statement read that the meeting “will focus on economic and development issues and the situation in the region in general,” further said the official media on Thursday.
On February 7, as a part of his visit Gerd Müller, German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, had a working session with Hamdok. They discussed the points of future joint economic cooperation and development.
“Sudan has chosen a path that gives hope. Will support change, in agriculture, education, and energy,” said Muller office after the meeting.
In the last September days after Hamdok had taken the office as Prime Minister, he received the German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas who also at the time proposed to host the talks for peace in Sudan.
It has also been announced by Müller that the German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will pay a visit Khartoum within two weeks.