Sudan And Lesotho Agree To Bilaterally Deal With Illegal Migration And Terrorism

Sudan and Lesotho have agreed to cooperate on regional and international issues of common concern as well as fighting against terrorism, illegal migration and cross-border crime.

The Prime Minister of the Kingdom Lesotho Thomas Motsoahae Thabane and his accompanying delegation concluded a two-day visit to Khartoum at the invitation of Prime Minister Bakri Hassan Salih.

The two sides expressed their willingness and readiness to work together to promote bilateral relations and joint cooperation on political, economic, cultural, social and consular domains.

Among the issues the two countries the fighting against terrorism and extremism, illegal migration, human trafficking and cross-border crime. The relations between the two countries have improved especially seeing they have reaffirmed their support for each other on both national and international matters pertaining the individual nations.


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