On August 29, local time, Burhan, Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces, flew from Port Sudan to Egypt by plane. In the new city of Alamein, Egypt, Burhan held talks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. And the two discussed the solution to the crisis in Sudan and the bilateral relations between Sudan and Egypt.
Burhan said the Sudanese Armed Forces would seek to end the civil war, transition to democracy, and hold free elections. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi also reiterated Egypt’s commitment to achieving a secure situation in Sudan.
It is understood that this is the first time that Burhan has left Sudan. Since the outbreak of armed conflict in Sudan on April 15 this year. And it is also the first overseas visit since the conflict broke out.On August 24, Burhan withdrew from the Sudanese Armed Forces General Command in Khartoum and arrived at Port Sudan on the Red Sea by armed helicopter. Burhan said that the military operation to withdraw from the capital Khartoum has assembled all forces of the Sudanese Armed Forces, including the air force, army, and navy.