21 February 2018

Sudan: Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Visits Red Sea State

Port Sudan — The Turkish Prime Minister, Hakan ?avu?o?lu and his accompanying delegation arrived in Port Sudan, capital of the Red Sea State , Wednesday on a serval-hour visit.

The Turkish Deputy Prime Minister will inspect projects being implemented within framework of Joint Cooperation Agreement signed between Sudan and Turkey during recent visit of the Turkish President, Recep Tayyib Erdogan to Sudan.

He was received at Port Sudan Airport by Governor of the Red Sea State, Ali Ahmed Hamid, members of the State Government and officials.

The Turkish delegation will hold talks with Government of the Red Sea State and visit historic island of Suakin.


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