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UPDATED: 10:28, June 20, 2004
Chinese FM expects permanent peace in Sudan
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Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing talked over phone with Sudan Minister of External Relations Mustafa Ismail on June 19, hoping an early realization of permanent peace in Sudan.

During the phone talk, Ismail briefed Li on the latest progress of the peaceful process in Sudan. Li said that he was glad that major progress has been made in Sudan in realizing a reunited, peaceful and stable country.

The two ministers both hoped that the two countries could expand their cooperation in various areas, strengthen communications in international affairs, and maintain close cooperation.

Source: Xinhua

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