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Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Turkey Intends to Establish Tourism Village in Port Sudan

Khartoum - An official of the ruling Turkish Justice and Development Party has announced intention of Turkish companies to establish a tourism village in Port Sudan that accommodates some 10 thousands persons. The representative of the party, Shahin Tien, said he held talks with Sudanese officials in the context of his visit to the country heading a delegation of businessmen.
Governor of the Red Sea State Ali Ahmed Hamid has welcomed the tourism village project and affirmed the state’s readiness to boost the strategic partnership between the two countries, lauding Turkey’s efforts for rehabilitation of Suakin island.
Tien said agreement was reached on establishment of the tourism village after meetings with the Governor of the Red Sea State, indicating that the village would be the first of its kind in Sudan and it would be established by Turkish engineers.
He pointed out that the two sides are exerting utmost efforts to attain the goal set by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to increase the volume of trade exchange to two billion dollars.