Osman Mohamed presents his credentials as Sudan’s new ambassador to Chad

Ambassador Dr. Osman Mohamed Younis presented his credentials to the President of the Transitional Period in Chad, General Mahamat Idriss Deby, at the Presidential Palace in N’Djamena.

The ambassador was the first among a group of ambassadors who presented their credentials, and the gruop included the ambassadors of Mali, Algeria, India, and the recently arrived ambassador of France to Chad.

Attending the credentials presentation ceremony at the Presidential Palace were the Chadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mahamat Saleh Annadif, the Chief of Staff of the President’s Office, Idriss Youssouf Boy, and several members of his office.

Following the conclusion of the credentials presentation, the Chadian President received the ambassador in his office, congratulating him on the occasion of presenting his credentials and wishing him success in his duties.

The President emphasized that these duties come at a critical time for Sudan and expressed hope for a swift resolution to the crisis.

The Chadian President affirmed that his country will spare no effort in contributing to peace in Sudan. Chad has hosted a significant number of Sudanese refugees and was among the first to draw international attention to the humanitarian crisis resulting from the war.

Chad has worked to prevent the conflict in Darfur from escalating into a civil war and hosted the inaugural meeting of the Foreign Ministers Committee of Sudan’s neighboring countries, aiming to achieve peace in Sudan.

The President emphasized Chad’s experience with war and its negative repercussions, thus expressing a hope that the conflict in Sudan will not be prolonged.

At the end of his speech, he conveyed his regards to the Head of the Transitional Period, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and directed his Foreign Minister to facilitate communication with the ambassador, expressing his readiness to meet whenever necessary.

The ambassador reciprocated by expressing gratitude to the Chadian President for the gracious reception. He emphasized the significance of collaborative endeavors to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two nations, underscoring their shared history and intertwined destinies.

He reaffirmed his commitment to collaborate with the Chadian government officials and the Chadian Minister of Foreign Affairs in enhancing bilateral relations between Sudan and Chad. He emphasized his determination to work towards developing these relations in all fields.

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