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on 2014/4/26 11:10:48

Open in new windowThe Director General of the Forests National Corporation Abdul-Azeem Marghani asserted that the exact and real sized of the forests areas in the country reaches 52 million acres( fedda) equaling 10% of the total areas of the country. Abdul-Azaim indicated in statement to the Sudan News Agency that the forests areas before the cession of the south estimated at 152 feddans which means the loss of about two thirds of the forests areas, noting to a number of risks that faces the existence of the forest in country on top of which is the construction of roads, the mining operations, sugar cane cultivation in addition to the factors of drought.
He revealed a plan set by the corporation for the increase of the forests areas , encouragement of all the community components to take part in the implementation of this map and the encouragement for the investment in this sector.

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on 2014/4/24 10:08:58

Open in new window Vice - President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman, has appreciated progress of the bilateral relations between Sudan and the State of Kuwait in all fields, especially in the economic and trade domains.
This came when he received yesterday at the Council of Ministers the Ambassador of Kuwait to Sudan, Tilal Al-Hajiri
In a press statement after the meeting, the Kuwaiti Ambassador said that the meeting has discussed several issues of mutual concern for the interest of the two peoples, means to increase the Kuwaiti investments in Sudan and support to the cooperation between the two countries in the trade, economic, humanitarian, cultural and investment fields .
He said that the meeting was fruitful and constructive, hoping that there will more exchange of visits between Sudanese and Kuwaiti delegations for bolstering further the relations between the two countries .

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on 2014/4/20 14:15:38

Open in new windowThe governor of the Central Bank of Sudan (CBOS) Abdul Rahman Hassan confirmed that Sudan fulfilled the technical conditions to resolve the external debt, while the international community and international financial institutions refused to solve this problem. Abdul Rahman said that the problem of external debt has increased the complication of implementing the development agenda in Sudan and stood obstacle to take advantage of the savings and facilities of international financial markets. Sudan should especially eradicate poverty, fight against childhood diseases and provide primary education for all children in the country, along with those who fled from the war in the South Sudan.
Abdul Rahman, who heads the delegation of the Sudan for the meetings of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in New York , pointed in his speech to the challenges that have faced the Sudan, which prevented it to achieve the millennium development goals, which need special consideration by the Council.
He said that unilateral sanctions impacted on all the structures of the Sudanese economy, as it formed an impenetrable political system, where the council has to exert efforts to put an end to it, to bring back the course of development in Sudan to achieve those development goals.
Abdul Rahman called on the Council to conduct a study on the impact of unilateral economic sanctions on the effectiveness of the economic and social performance in Sudan.

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on 2014/4/15 11:34:49

Open in new windowThe Sudanese minister of oil Makkawi Awad has welcomed Vietnam's desire to engage in oil investment field in Sudan. This came during the minister's meeting with the visiting Vietnamese delegation on the sidelines of the Joint Ministerial Meeting, which is being held in Khartoum. The minister explains, during the meeting, Sudan's oil capabilities, referring to the efforts being exerted to restore oil production of the pre- secession era, pointing out to the expertise of the Vietnamese companies.
The Vietnamese delegation, meanwhile, extended briefing on the Vietnamese companies operating in the field of oil services since 2011 and their cooperation with the Sudanese companies. The representative of the companies explained their experience in the field of marine drilling for oil extraction, praising the high technical qualification of the companies in this field.
The Head Delegation expressed his country's desire to engage into understandings with the Sudanese companies leads to partnerships in the economic and oil fields.

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on 2014/4/15 11:28:55

Open in new window Sudan and Vietnam will sign cooperation agreements on Thursday at the end of the ongoing meetings of the the joint Ministerial Committee. The meetings kicked off Monday at the Coral Hotel. The Sudanese party was chaired by the state minister at the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation Jaafar Ahmed Abdallah, whereas the Vietnamese side chaired by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Vu Van Tam.
Mr. Abdullah said that the meeting was the first of its kind as the joint committee was endorsed as a governmental committee last year, adding that the meeting will discuss several political, economic and service issues, explaining that the relations between the two countries started in 1969. He revealed that the meetings would last three days through sub-committees to develop a number of agreements which are to be signed later.

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