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MB Chairman Meets Sudan's VP
MB Chairman Meets Sudan's VP
A delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) which included Chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie, Deputy Chairman Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat and Secretary
Wednesday, October 12,2011 10:26

 A delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB)  which  included  Chairman  Dr. Mohamed Badie, Deputy Chairman Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat and Secretary 

General Mahmoud Hussein met with the Sudanese Vice President, Ali Othman Taha, Wednesday at hisCairo residence.

During the meeting, Badie stated that the bilateral relations between Egypt and Sudan were developing significantly. "The stability and security of both nations are strategically identical and it is imperative that ties are strengthened to benefit both countries. These relations will also profit national, Arab and Islamic stability," he asserted.

He added that developing the land route between Egypt and Sudan would definitely be advantageous since it will encourage further trade between the two.

For his part, Vice President of Sudan stressed that developing relations with Egypt was fundamental. "Relations with Egypt will increase even further especially  following the January 25 Revolution, as Sudan seeks to expands its agricultural and investment trades with Egypt," he said.
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