20 February 2018

Sudan: Turkish Deputy Prime Minister - Sudan-Turkey Relations Reached High Level

Khartoum — The Turkish Deputy Prime Minister has disclosed that the relations between Sudan and Turkey reached high level , specially, following the recent visit to Sudan by Turkish President, Recep Tayib Erdogan, last December.

The Turkish official who met, Tuesday, at the Council of Ministers, the First Vice-President and National Prime Minister, General, Bakri Hassan Saleh said in press statement that the people of the two countries maintain good relations, referring to the high level-cooperation in all fields.

He outlined that the Turkish Airlines is planning to launch air flights to Port Sudan, indicating that relations with Sudan include cultural, economic and political fields.

The Turkish diplomat has revealed that a meeting between the Sudanese and Turkish officials will be held, in Turkey next March to review the possibility for the increase of the trade exchange and expansion of joint cooperation.


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