6 March 2018

Sudan: Minister of Commerce Discusses With Sudan Ambassador to Zambia Ways to Benefit From COMSA

Khartoum — The Minister of Trade Hatim Al-Sir met Tuesday at his office with the Sudan Ambassador to Zambia Awad Hussain ways of making maximum use of regional blocs such as COMESA and the importance of maximizing its role, touching the advantages that it provides to the member states to contribute to the development of the production sectors and trade exchange among the countries of the region..

The Minister of Commerce stressed that his ministry pays special attention to the COMESA and works to upgrade and redouble the work in coordination with the diplomatic missions and attache's to achieve the objectives of the COMSA.

For his part, the ambassador Hussein said that the COMSA file receives special attention at the level of the Presidency of the Republic and that they are keen on the relations with the countries of the region to achieve mutual benefits through participation in the various activities of the COMSA.


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