Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao, visiting Sudan, held talks in Khartoum Friday, February 2 and pledged to make efforts to bring relations between China and Sudan to a new bearing..
For his part, President Al-Bashir believes the Sino-Sudanese relations, based on equality and mutual respect, as a model for cooperation between states, affirming that Sudan and China have benefited from their close relations Economic and trade.
Sudan is the third step of the current tour in Africa effected by President Hu Jintao, who has been in Cameroon and Liberia and will also visit Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Mozambique and Seychelles.
During his talks with his Sudanese counterpart Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir in Khartoum, Hu said China appreciated the efforts by the Sudanese government, African Union, Arab League, the United Nations and countries concerned to solve the Darfur crisis. He hopes a solution will be found as soon as possible.
It is imperative that the parties concerned shall take into account the overall situation in the long run, they meet the reasonable concerns of each and they seek their common interests through dialogue to find a just solution.