Abuja- Nigeria (PANA) -- A Sudanese government delegation led by that country's First Vice President Ali Osman Taha met here Monday with Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo to update the African Union Chairman on developments in the restive western region of Darfur.
State House spokesperson Remi Oyo told correspondents in Abuja that the delegation also included some Sudanese government ministers.
The visit is a follow-up to the meeting between President Obasanjo and Sudanese President Omar El Bashir in Abuja about 10 days ago.
Oyo did not give details of the report presented by the Sudanese delegation, merely saying the President was still studying the report.
"The delegation presented the report of the national commission of inquiry into the Darfur crisis that Khartoum put together.
The President discussed ways of adjudication, criminal justice and reconciliation in Darfur," she said.
She confirmed that the meeting also deliberated on the resumption of the peace talks between the Sudanese government and the two main rebel groups in Darfur.
The talks are expected to resume in the Nigerian capital soon.
In a separate development, Obasanjo also met Monday in Abuja with a special envoy of Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo.
According to Oyo, discussions with the Ivorian envoy centred on advancing the peace process in Cote d'Ivoire.
"The envoy sought the support of the chairman of the African Union with regard to progress in the achievement of peace in the country," she said.