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Thursday, 18 January 2018
 

Sudanese, Chinese Ministerial Committee Meetings Starts in Beijing

Khartoum – Meetings of the Sudanese, Chinese Ministerial Committee have started in the Chinese capital, Beijing, where it includes ministers of finance, transport, energy,

investment, and governors of central banks in the two countries.
The said meeting will address the issue of the Chinese debts against Sudan, which amounted to $ 10 billion, besides tackling the agreements signed by the two sides during the visit of the Deputy Head of the Chinese State Council to Sudan.
The Sudanese ministerial delegation looking forward, during the five day visit,  to activate the agreements signed by the two countries that include about 100 joint projects  in various investment areas .
Presidential Assistant, head of the delegation, Dr. Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz said that the said talks comes in the context  of the partnership between Sudan and China, which aims to exchange interests in various areas, to discuss debts issues, and the joint action plan for 2018, where Sudan looking forward for Chinese active participation  in Sudan’s economic program.