26 October 2016

Sudan: Minister Reviews With German Development Bank's Aspects of Joint Cooperation

Khartoum — The State Minister at the Ministry of International Cooperation Osman Ahmed Fadlallah Wash has reviewed with the delegation of German Development Bank aspects of the joint development between Sudan and the bank as well as ways to boost them further.

Wash said that the meeting, which was fruitful, discussed numerous issues pertinent to the development by focusing on the issues that could be implemented in order to complete them, adding that the meeting urged speeding up completion of the projects on the vocational training the North and West Darfur, which will be financed by the International Development Cooperation Organization (GIZ).

Meanwhile, the Head Delegation of German Development Bank praised the great efforts being exerted by the Government of Sudan in encouraging technical and technological education besides its continuous support for the centres of vocational training in the Sudan various states.

He revealed that the bank also gave concern to the development income-generating development programs and encouraged apprenticeship.

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