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on 2014/10/13 10:39:33

Open in new windowSudan participates in the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank meetings which will kick off today Monday in Washington during with a delegation led by the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Badr Eddin Mahmud . The meetings which will be attended by the Ministers of Finance, Governors of Central Banks and representatives of banks , will discuss the joint issues and the latest developments in the economic sectors . The minister said in a press statements to the Sudan News Agency that the meetings will review issues concerning Africa, especially, in the economic fields, top of which, the realization of the sustainable development, combating of poverty and infrastructure investment .
The agenda of the meetings will include basic issues concerning development in the countries of the world, the role of the private sector in development, determination of priorities in each country to realize the targeted goals .

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on 2014/10/11 14:50:00

Open in new windowThe Sudan is taking part in cooperation conference of Italy and Africa on the new energy in Rome with a delegation to be led by the Minister of Water Resources and Electricity Mautaz Musa to be held during 13-14 of the current month. The participation of the Sudan comes in response to an invitation extended by the Italian government to stand on the African vision for the use of the new energy and the role Italy could play in support of Africa in this regard.

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on 2014/10/9 11:35:01

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Minister of Water Resources and Electricity, Chairman of the Ministerial Council of Member States of the Nile Basin Initiative(NBI) Motaz Musa announced that the NBI countries have prepared water investment projects ready for execution costing more than six billion dollars.
The Minister unveiled at the concluding session of the 4th NBI Development Forum in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi that the Forum deliberations found new solutions for addressing the challenges of the Basin, affirming that the NBI Member States worked with confidence and cooperation for management of sustainable development of water resources of the Nile Basin.
He pointed out that capabilities for optimum uses of water resources were boosted besides enhancing the corporation and tools of planning in field of integrated resources management.
In the same context, the Minister of Water Resources held a press conference following the closing sitting in which he affirmed that the member states believe that they have no other option other than coordination and cooperation among them.

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on 2014/10/9 10:32:35

Open in new windowThe first batch of the Sudanese pilgrims who have been in Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj (pilgrimage) will arrive the country today Thursday. The first group of the total number of the pilgrims (3400 pilgrims) will arrive in the main sea port of the country Port Sudan. The head of the Hajj committee in Saudi Arabia said that all the pilgrims have completed the rituals of the Hajj and moved to the Mekka city to make the last ritual in the Holy Kaabba. He said fifteen pilgrims have passed away during the Hajj for natural reasons. He added that there was no infection of any disease among the pilgrims. He explained that the last batch of the pilgrims who travel by air flights will arrive on the 18th of October while those who travel by the sea will arrive on the 22nd of the same month.

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on 2014/10/9 10:30:00

Electricity produced in the Atbara and Setit dams north Sudan will be linked to the national electricity grid early 2015m according to the Dams Implementation Unit (DIU). The two dams’ electricity estimated at 320 megawatts. The dams will provide the Gadarif state with water where a station is under construction.
An official of the DIU told the Sudan News Agency that 80% of the carrier line was completed. He added that those who ere affected by the construction of the two dams were relocated in the Gadarif and Kassala states. He affirmed that the affected people were provided with basic services in their new location.

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