The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, pointed out that the signing of the peace agreement is one of the most important achievements in the past period as it puts an end to the war by addressing the root causes of the Sudanese problem and its effects, taking into consideration the preferential measures for the war-affected and the less developing areas, and the most affected groups, especially that these areas are places of agricultural production that have been destroyed during the wars of the past three decades.
In his speech at the opening sitting of the Comprehensive National Agricultural Conference Monday at the Friendship Hall, affirmed the government full support to the agricultural sector.
He said that the government largely relies on outcome of the Paris Conference for Support to Sudan, scheduled in next May, stressing that the agricultural sector will be given the highest priority in any internal or external financing in Sudan.
He stated that country is rich with natural and manpower potentialities, as well as the climatic and cultural diversity, calling for the investment of these factors in building a democratic and developing state for all people toward achieving peace, freedom, justice, stability and the aspirations of the people.
He stressing the need to take into account the important radical changes that the world is witnessing today and to cope with the modern scientific and technical progress, so that this reflects in development, stability and prosperity for the Sudanese citizen.