24 April 2018

Sudan Chad Border Conference Reviews Three Working Papers

Photo: David Hecht/IRIN
Koloma, a site for diplaced people near Goz Beida (file photo).

Genaina, West Darfur State — Participants to the Sudanese Chadian borders conference which kicked off here on Tuesday, listened to three working papers. The first paper dealt with how to develop trade and economic relations. The second centered on social issues and the joint denominators between the two sides while the third paper focused on the security and military cooperation between the two countries.

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