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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Sudan and KSA Discuss Investment in Meat

Khartoum – Minister of Livestock, Bushara Jumaa Aror affirmed the concern of his ministry to increase cooperation and activate partnerships between Sudan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to promote the investment relations between the two countries in the field of meat export.
This came during his meeting the Saudi Ambassador to Khartoum, Ali bin Hassan bin Jaafar.
The meeting discussed activation of interaction between the ministry and its counterpart in the kingdom for more cooperation and exchange of experiments.
The Saudi diplomat affirmed the importance of cooperation and coordination between the two countries in the field of animal wealth to benefit from the potentials of the two countries, expressing his hope for extension of relations for the interests of the two peoples.
Meanwhile, the minister met Minister of Animal Wealth of Western Kordofan, Al-Hadi Abdul Aziz, where the meeting discussed the issues of the sector in the state.
The federal minister also discussed with the Minister of Agriculture and Animal wealth of Rive Nile State, the arrangements for establishing the export market in the state.
Aror said that the exports of animal wealth is the first one in the Sudanese exports, announcing his visit to River Nile and Northern states to sign a framework agreement  to determine responsibilities between the center and the states, vowing to support the River Nile State with a 30-ton refrigerator for fish distribution.