29 May 2018

Sudan: Govt Renews Keenness to Boost Cooperation Relations With Saudi Arabia

Khartoum — The Deputy Prime Minister and the minister for investment, Mubarak Fadil Mahdi, on Tuesday discussed with the Saudi ambassador to the Sudan Ali Bin Hassan Gaffar areas of cooperation in the field of investment and the status of the Saudi investments in the country

The review comes within the efforts seeking to expand the Saudi investments in the Sudan as well as developing them further in a way that reflects the desire of the two countries to further cement economic cooperation.

The meeting also discussed the role of investment in the economic and social development.

The Minister for investment, Mahdi, welcomed Saudi investment companies and stressed Sudan's keenness to boost economic cooperation between Khartoum and Riyadh in a way that would serve the common interests of the two sister countries.

The Saudi ambassador on his part discussed the efforts exerted to boost cooperation and commended the role played by the ministry for investment for creating a conducive climate for investment in the country.

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