Khartoum 11-23-2022 (SUNA) Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, Vice President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, praised the results and recommendations of the seventeenth meeting of the Regional Coordinating Committee of the directors and heads of the security agencies in the Great Lakes region.
Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, Vice President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, during his address to the meeting, praised the results and recommendations he came out with at the closing session today at the Supreme Security Academy in Khartoum, and praised the good spirit and seriousness that prevailed in the meetings, calling on everyone to follow this approach in discussing issues and files of interest to the region.
And he indicated that the magnitude of the challenges at all local, regional and international levels has a direct impact on African societies
He added, “This joint session constitutes a good opportunity to reach results that enable the region to besiege the problems and obstacles that surround it, in order to achieve common goals.”
In his speech, Daglo touched on the development witnessed by the world, which made the challenges intercontinental, which necessitates high cooperation between all countries to work in accordance with high coordination to take note of all threats and to define appropriate measures that enable everyone to remove these threats from our African countries and regions.
Daglo stressed that the intelligence services are the tip of the spear for early detection of threats and taking the necessary measures to limit them and besiege their effects, which imposes on everyone a great responsibility that requires high preparation and training of its employees and arming them with the latest technologies to confront the challenges represented in terrorism, human trafficking, illegal immigration and other crimes.
Daglo renewed Sudan’s confidence in the capabilities of the Coordinating Committee in the Lakes region, indicating that Sudan is looking forward to doubling work, intensifying joint efforts, exchanging experiences and information, and addressing any dangers threatening the peoples of the Lakes countries and African countries in general.
Daglo said that Sudan has challenges that it has been striving to address through agreement among all Sudanese, leading to free and fair elections, establishing the foundations of the state and benefiting from the resources that Sudan abounds with.