Prime Minister confirms the timeless and strategic relations between Turkey and Sudan

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Prime Minister confirms the timeless and strategic relations between Turkey and Sudan

The meeting was held on Tuesday 20 November 2018 in the Council of Ministers session of joint talks between Sudan and Turkey, where the Sudanese side headed the Prime Minister, Mr. Moataz Mousi Abdullah, while the Turkish side headed by the Vice President of the Republic of Turkey, Mr. Fouad Oktay. The President of the Council of Ministers at the outset of the meeting to the ties of fraternal historical and emotional interdependence that combines between the two countries, noting the upgrading of the level of the joint ministerial committee between the two countries to a higher economic committee headed by Mr. / Vice President of the Turkish side and the Prime Minister of the Sudanese side, stressing access To the agreement on a comprehensive document for joint cooperation between the two brotherly countries, focusing on the areas of economic cooperation and trade exchange to include the fields of agriculture, livestock, energy, oil and minerals as well as a number of other important sectors, The government is keen to implement all agreements signed between the two countries and overcome all difficulties and challenges in the process of upgrading and developing bilateral cooperation in order to achieve common interests between the two countries. Mr. / Fuad Oktay Turkish Vice President stressed that the relationship between Sudan and Turkey, a strong relationship and strategy, referring to the mutual visits between the leadership and officials of the two countries, stressing the keenness of the two countries to push economic and trade relations through increasing the volume of trade exchange of $ 500 million to $ 10 billion , and looked forward to greater cooperation between the two central banks in the two countries, declaring in this regard, the opening of a branch of the Bank of Turkish agriculture in Khartoum, and the development of work in the minerals sector and the establishment of a mining company, and praised Oktay efforts of Sudan to bring peace to the regional environment and the fight against only Wahab. At the end of the talks, the minutes of the joint meeting between the two countries were signed, which included the current position of the relationship, its level and its plans for the future. The two sides issued a joint statement at the end of their talks held today at the Council of Ministers, expressing the spirit of joint cooperation to enforce all the agreements agreed upon in the various fields between the two countries. The two sides agreed to hold the Higher Committee between the two countries in December in Turkey to turn the agreements into a work program