the president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, on Sunday visited the syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, in the Syrian capital, Damascus.
He is thus the first head of The Arab League, who shall make Assad a visit, ago, in 2011, broke a bloody war out in Syria.
Assad took against the sudanese president at the airport in Damascus on Sunday afternoon, shows the official images.
The Arab League, which consists of 22 independent arab states, has imposed sanctions against the regime in Damascus and condemned the Assad regime's violent military crackdown.
the Reason for Omar al-Bashir's visit to Syria is not known to the public.
But as the syrian war slowly subsides, several arab officials expressed interest in resuming the connection to the country.
There has also been talk about once again to invite Syria to the table of The Arab League. The Arab League suspended in november 2011 the country. It was a response to the regime's violent attacks against the protesters.
Syria was, along with Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Yemen to create the league in 1945.
Already in October told Assad to a kuwaiti newspaper that Syria had reached "great understanding" with several arab countries after years of hostility.
He did not name the countries concerned. According to Assad are representatives from several different countries, however, started to visit Syria in order to re-open diplomatic relations.
the Interview came in the wake of the UN general Assembly in september. Here was Syria's minister for foreign affairs seen to embrace the Bahraini foreign minister.
the Meeting got more to speculate on a number of countries have begun to reconsider their relationship to Syria.
Sudan's president Omal al-Bashir, who on Sunday was on a visit in Syria, has been in power in the home country since 1989.
He is wanted by The International Criminal court in the Hague for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Darfur region of western Sudan.