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Cairo – A Sudanese diplomatic source emphasized that the Egyptian-Sudanese relation is at its best since Egypt’s President ‘Abdel Fattah El Sisi’ assumed power, on political, economic and security levels.
The source denied the rumours some media outlets circulated about Sudan’s providing training for outlawed ‘Hasm’ Group (a newly emerged terrorist group in Egypt, whose name means “determination” in English).
In an exclusive declaration to ‘Al-Bawaba News Portal’, the source added that there is a high-profile joint security cooperation between the two countries since last October. He assured that the political security committees were the first among the seven committees held between the Egyptian President ‘Sisi’ and his Sudanese counter ‘Omar Al-Bashir’ during their recent meeting on last October.
Mention-worthy, it was recently said that Sudan used to train elements of ‘Hasm’ group to carry out terroristic activities inside Egypt during the past two years.
The Sudanese source added that both the leadership and people of Sudan are keen on preserving the security and stability of Egypt.
Earlier, Sudanese embassy in Cairo issued a press statement to express its anger towards the news some Egyptian newspapers published about the outlawed ‘Hasm’ group, which members were referred to the Military Prosecution for investigation.
The statement expressed the embassy’s concern over false allegations some Egyptian newspapers published last Thursday regarding the referral of Egyptian citizens, belonging to an outlawed group ‘Hasm’ to the Military Prosecution, after being accused with committing terrorist acts that targeted public figures and HQs of Egyptian Police. The published news also stated that the investigations revealed that the accused received support from some countries, and that they were militarily trained in Sudan.