Sudan is due to participate in the two-day meetings of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), which are to start sessions Thursday in the Turkish Capital, Ankara .
The Director of the Export Department at the Ministry of Commerce and Sudan representative to the meetings Abdal-Aziz Abu Talib said, in a press statement , that COMCEC would discuss the best ways for consolidation of inter-trade between the Muslim countries and the challenges facing them, particularly the recent period witnessed development in the trade among them. The meetings will also review the performance reports during the past periods.
It is worth mentioning that the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation is the key forum for multi-parties economic and commercial cooperation in the Muslim World. The COMCEC is the key forum through which the joint development problems are to be dealt with
The COMCEC was founded, in its capacity as the fourth committee among the permanent committees of the Organization of the Islamic Countries, in the Third Islamic Conference, which was held in Mecca in 1981 and it came in to effect in the Fourth Islamic Conference held in Casablanca, Morocco in 1984.