22 February 2018

Sudan: First Vice President Stresses State's Concern With Agricultural Sector Innovation

Khartoum — First Vice President of the Republic and National Prime Minister Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Saleh has affirmed the state's with the promotion of agricultural sector by the adeoption of international successful experiences and methods.

In his address at the Friendship Hall on Thursday to the Ministerial Meeting of the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in its Thirtieth Session with the participation of 38 Ministers of Agriculture, the FAO Director-General, the President of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and the Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the First Vice-President of Republic revealed strategy on the creation of employment opportunities for youth as the most important segment in the country, especially as they have advantages in academic and technical progress, consistent with the state programs aimed at the development of sustainable development, especially as they have advantages in academic and technical progress, which is consistent with the state programs aiming at the development of sustainable development.

Lt. Gen. Salih pointed out that the peace and stability witnessed by the country was now one of the national dialogue and consensus on national issues, pointing to the huge resources enjoyed by Sudan and the African continent. He called for enhancing the interests of African countries to be at the forefront of the world, stressing importance of developing plans nas following the shortest roads ton achieve food security, enumerating Sudan's large resources that can contribute to the availability of food.

He said that Sudan wan now moving forward at a steady pace, especially after the lifting of the economic embargo, which opened wide prospects for foreign investment, pointing to the formation of the Food Security Council to lead preparations for the provision of food.

The First Vice President praised the FAO's plans and information provision helping in the progress of agriculture in the world, stressing that the Khartoum meeting is one of the most important meetings as the country seeks to develop plans to provide projects that contribute to the provision of food and the elimination of hunger.

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