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Delegation Chaired by General Secretary of People's Movement in South Sudan to Visit Khartoum Tuesday

Khartoum, (SUNA) - A high-level delegation of People's Movement Party in South Sudan would arrive in Khartoum Tuesday on a three-day visit to hold talks with officials the National Congress Party.
The meeting will tackle the bilateral relations and cooperation and

ways to boost them for the interest of two parties.
Chairman of the central Africa Department and official of South Sudan file in the NCP, Muhanad Awad Mahmoud, said in a statement to SUNA that the visit is considered a historical visit and the first visit of a South Sudan delegation to Sudan since the separation of South.
He pointed out that the discussion between the two sides will include all aspects of cooperation between two parties and ways to realize integration relations between the two parties.
Awad said that the delegation of People's Movement will be chaired by the Secretary General of the party, Gima Nono Kumba, and includes eight members representing the leadership of the People's Movement and the sectors in the party.
He said that the discussion will focus on support to the bilateral relations between two parties in different fields.
He said that the program of the visit includes a number of meetings with the political sectors of the Party and the Youth - Women secretariat and a number of the leaders of the NCP so as to provide solid ground for future relations.

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