The Cabinet approved in the regular session Thursday morning, January 17, 2019, chaired by Prime Minister Moataz Moussa the first package of the matrix of executive procedures for expatriate incentives presented by the Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers Mr. Ahmed Saad Omar. The package included the reduction of the various fees collected from the expatriate ( National fees, service fees, visa fees, etc.) in one fee that is collected electronically. Note that this fee is non-accrual collected once upon returning home on the annual leave. The amount is included in a unified account with the Central Bank of Sudan. Health expatriates and their families, through three networks (National Health Insurance Fund, Health Insurance Authority Khartoum state and a program of additional service pack).
The meeting also heard a statement from the Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan, Mohammed Khair Al-Zubair, on the provision of banknotes, which explained that the plan to provide banknotes began to be implemented by the arrival of currency papers category (100) pounds to Sudan print currency and enter the production line, noting that the plan to print banknotes (200 pounds) and (500 pounds) are going as planned, stressing that the problem of providing banknotes will be resolved permanently in early March 2019.