Prime Minister confirms not to admit the lay of any workers in Port Sudan

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Prime Minister confirms not to admit the lay of any workers in Port Sudan

The Prime Minister Mr. Moataz Mousi Abdullah,  affirmed that the State does not allow any workers in the port of Port Sudan to be dismissed especially as they are the basic government to delight citizens and take into consideration their needs . Explaining that the State's intention to promote the national export sector. This came during his visit to Red sea State in the presence of the Assistant President of the Republic Mr. Mousi Mohammed Ahmed and a number of officials in the State, where he started his visit to inspect the progress of the project of Port Sudan thermal power station in the area of Kalanib, which was completed about 33% Nha is scheduled to produce about 350 megawatts of electricity when completed

He also chaired the meeting of the Higher Committee to deal with the conditions of operation of the southern port in Port Sudan, indicating the direction of the state to develop it and raise its efficiency to increase exports by about three times during the next phase to reach about $ 9 billion. The Minister of Transport, Roads and Bridges, Mr. Hatim Alsir stated that the Higher Committee to deal with the conditions of operation of the southern port had been issued with a decision form the Council of Ministers, chaired by the Prime Minister and Assistant President of the Republic Mousi Mohammed Ahmed as an alternate chairman and includes a senior leaders in the State as well as the competent authorities and its task is limited to follow up the operation of Port Sudan In the framework of the agreement signed with a foreign company to operate the southern container port, indicating that the issuance of directives at its first meeting that the work should be in order to achieve the national interest of the country and the development and modernization of the southern container terminal at the port and recommended the meeting not to displace any of the workers under the new agreement The meeting ensured the social responsibility of the Ports Authority towards the Red Sea State community