Taha stressed the need to intensify the humanitarian work in the troubled region of Darfur and to support the efforts of reconciliation between the different tribes in Darfur.
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Sudanese minister of state Tigani Fideil said the African Union has proposed a political program to the Sudanese government as a base for the upcoming peace talks with the Darfur rebel groups.
He added that his government is studying the program and the government has adopted a scientific approach to follow up the issue to reach a solution.
Sudan's arid and impoverished western region of Darfur has been in the grip of civil war for more than two years, after black African groups rebelled against what they see as persecution from Khartoum's Arab-led government.
Thousands of people are estimated have been killed and more displaced from their homes.
The AU has brokered a shaky ceasefire and sent a small force of military observers, but its struggle to find a political solution in three previous rounds of talks in the Nigerian capital Abuja has made little progress.