The spokesman for the Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Muhammad al-Faki Suleiman, headed to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today, Wednesday, for a one-day official visit, during which he discusses the crisis with Ethiopia.
Suleiman is accompanied on the visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by the Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments, Nasreddin Mufreh, and Lieutenant General Jamal Abdul Majeed, Director of the General Intelligence Service.
During the visit, Suleiman will brief the Saudi leadership on the situation in Sudan, especially on the Sudanese-Ethiopian borders.
Earlier, the spokesman for the Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Muhammad al-Faki Suleiman, called for Ethiopia to withdraw from two points on the border between the two countries, indicating that all Sudanese lands on the border with Ethiopia must be recovered.
Relations between Sudan and Ethiopia have been witnessing an escalating tension for weeks, against the background of armed attacks on the borders of the two countries, which Khartoum says were carried out by Ethiopian militias backed by official forces on Sudanese soil, while Addis Ababa denies these charges, saying that it is closely following what happened at the hands of one of the local militias on The Ethiopian-Sudanese border.