Sudan's former president has said that Sudan may be able to build bridges between the Egyptian regime under President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and the Muslim Brotherhood, Quds Press has reported.
The former president and senior Sudanese military officer, Abdel Rahman Swar Al-Dahab, said: "Sudan can mediate between the Egyptian regime and the Muslim Brotherhood in order to put an end to the division between the Egyptian people and achieve security and stability for Egypt if both parties accept the mediation."
In remarks to Quds Press, Al-Dahab said that "the national dialogue in Sudan can be used as a model for Arab parties to achieve stability."
"Anyone keen on the interest of the nation, can see that if the Egyptian government accepted a third party to intervene between it and the Muslim Brotherhood it can reach an end to the intractable dispute between them," he added.
Al-Dahab stressed that the national dialogue in Sudan is on the right track to reach a national unity government early next year, and prepare for future elections in order to achieve stability.
"Political dialogue in Sudan is the accepted path to achieve change and the opponents do not seek to change the government with arms," he said.