24 September 2017

Sudan: Minister of Agriculture and Forest Chairs Preparatory Meeting for Meetings of Ministerial Committee With Turkey

Khartoum — The Minister of Agriculture and Forests, Dr. Abdul-Latief Ejaimi, chaired Sunday at the ministry, the preparatory meeting for the convening of the Sudanese-Turkey ministerial committee to be hosted by Khartoum in 15 of next October.

The meeting attended by the ministers of the economic and services sector, the governor of the Centeral Bank of Sudan, the deputy governor of White Nile State, representative of the governor of the Red Sea state and the Sudan's ambassador to Turkey.

The meeting heard to visions presented by the minister to submitted to the committee's meetings , besides its reviewing to the plans of every ministry and their participation in framework of joint cooperation in order that the committee with contribute in the development and integration between the Sudan and Turkey to promote relations between them.

Minister Dr. Ejaimi noted to SUNA that the level of participation at the committee's meeting reflects importance of meetings of the ministerial committee and the strategic relations with turkey.


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