Sudan’s ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok says his dissolved government could pave way to a solution in the country after the coup.
The information ministry that is still loyal to the prime minister said he spoke during a meeting with ambassadors at his home.
Mr Hamdok is still under house arrest.
The cabinet was dissolved after a coup on 25 October.
There have been protests against the coup in the capital and other cities.
The international community has been calling for the military to relinquish power.