The Prime Minister, Mr. Moataz Mousi Abdullah, has drawn up an executive plan for the development of the metal sector, which includes the program of regulating the sector, increasing production and infrastructure, in addition to coordination with the partners in the sector. In the framework of his field visit to the ministries and government institutions accompanied by the Minister of State in the Presidency of the Council of Ministers Mr. Tarek Haj Ali, the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Mr. Mustafa Hawali and the Governor of the Bank of Sudan and the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers And the Under Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning
The Prime Minister stressed the importance of activating the mineral resources law and the regulations to maximize the country's revenue from mineral production, especially gold, pointing out the need to develop ideas and visions to increase production and increase contributions of social responsibility companies operating in mining across the country
For his part, Eng. Azhari Abdul Qader, Minister of Oil, Gas and Minerals explained the need to review the agreements in the mining sector and the policies governing the sector and regulation of traditional gold mining, noting the importance of the exchange of gold and other metals and modernization of the gold refinery
The meeting reviewed the performance profiles of the sector during the year 2018 and gold exports during the period from 2002 to 2018 and the features of future visions
During his visit to the Ministry of Oil, Gas and Minerals, the Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation inspected the precious stones workshop and the Ministry's exhibition and received a document of pledge and pledge from the Ministry's employees to increase the revenues of minerals during this year.