29 May 2018

Sudan: National Congress Plans to Launch Mobilization to Address Economic Issues

Khartoum — The National Congress Party (NCP) has announced that it would launch mobilization to address the economic issues through increase of production and productivity via mobilizing the society and businessmen as well as reactivation of trade with the neighboring countries.

Head of NCP'S Political Sector, Dr Abdul-Rahman Al-Khidir said in press statements following meeting of Heads of the Party's Sectors at the Head Office which was chaired by Assistant of the President of the Republic and Deputy Chairman of NCP for Party Affairs, Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim that the meeting called for preparing timetable and matrix of executive requirements regarding petroleum, gold and coming agricultural season.

He added the meeting reassured over measures taken to resolve current crisis of oil product supplies , pointing out that the crisis is about to end and that it would not occur again after Khartoum Refinery has resumed work in excellent way.

The Head of NCP's Political Sector said the meeting also discussed issues of exports and imports, , oil production , financial and monetary policies, expatriates' incentives establishment of genuine partnerships with private sector.

He added the Heads of NCP Sectors discussed external relations file and how to provide the international community with facts through reports presented to the United Nations and coordination of diplomatic, popular and parliamentary work.

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