15 April 2018

Sudan: Govt and UAE Discuss Ways of Strengthening Partnership in Livestock Sector

Khartoum, April, 15 (SUNA) - The Minister of Animal Wealth, Bushara Aror, and the Ambassador of United Arab of Emirates, Hamad Mohamed Al-Genaibi, have discussed ways of strengthening the partnership between two countries in livestock sector by construction of modern slaughter-houses.

On Monday, Bushara received in his office the Ambassador of the UAE to Khartoum and welcomed the UAE investments, affirming that the door is open for investment in the livestock sector to support the exports.

Al-Genaibi has praised bilateral relations and said that Sudan palys an important role in the region and has a role in Arab food security.

He announced the willing of his country to construct investment projects to serve interest of the peoples of two countries, indicating that the coming period will witness fruitful cooperation between the two countries.


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