Cairo — The Foreign Minister, Ali Karti, has discussed with his Egyptian counterpart, Mohamed Kamel Amro, in Cairo ways of consolidating the cooperation between Sudan and Egypt in the transport, agricultural, infrastructural, investment and inter-border trade fields.
The two ministers also deliberated about the joint projects which were implemented by the two countries in the Northern State, including the experimental farm at an area of 10,000 feddans (acres). The spokesmen of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, Amro Rushdi, said that the two ministers agreed on launching the institutional framework for the cooperation between Sudan, Egypt and Libya within what is known as the Golden Triangle, especially that the past period witnessed foundation of the nucleus of cooperation between the three countries in the agricultural, investment, trade and security fields.
The two ministers also discussed the arrangements for inauguration of two land roads between Egypt and Sudan toward realizing a qualitative shift in the movement of citizens and commodities as well as boosting the trade exchange and economic cooperation between Sudan and Egypt. The two ministers discussed the arrangements for holding meetings of the joint Sudanese - Egyptian committee and implementation of decisions of the joint committee.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister expressed his welcome to arrival of Sudanese trainees all levels in the Diplomatic Studies Institute which is affiliated to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry. The Egyptian Foreign Minister affirmed his country's support to the agreement reached between Sudan and South Sudan in the field of oil, affirming Egypt keenness to continue efforts for narrowing the differences between Sudan and South Sudan and solution of the pending issues, top of them are the security arrangements and demarcation of the joint border between the two countries.