Nairobi, Jan. 27 -- Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Thursday made a one-day working visit to neighbouring Sudan where he held discussions with General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the president of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, and with various Sudanese political parties engaged in the ongoing political process.

This is the first time for the Ethiopian leader to visit Khartoum since border clashes between the two neighbours erupted.

"I'm pleased to come back again and be among the wise and vibrant people of Sudan. My appreciation to General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan for the warm welcome," Abiy said in a tweet.

"Ethiopia continues to stand in solidarity with Sudan in their current self-led political process," he added.

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