16 April 2018

Africa: Dr Mustafa Meets AU Commissioner for Infrastructures and Tourism

Geneva — Sudan Permanent Envoy to Geneva , Dr Mustafa Osman Ismail , met in his capacity of coordinator of African group for UNCTAD Affairs with the African Union Commissioner for Infrastructures, Information Technology , Energy and Tourism , Amani Abu Zaid who is taking part in E- Trade Week which began on Monday and will last until April 20th.

The meeting sought ways of participation of African countries in electronic trade system , especially development of INTERNET infrastructures , total coverage and transfer of technology and it had agreed to maintain cooperation between Geneva and Addis Ababa to implement joint projects in fields of capacity building and development of African free trade area.

Envoy of South Africa to World Trade Organization(WTO) , Coordinator of African Group for WTO and Central African Republic and Coordinator of the least developed countries (LDCs) took part in the meeting.

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