Khartoum- Big Moroccan commercial and economic mission, comprising more than 120 businesspersons and representatives of various companies, arrives in Khartoum Tuesday aboard a special flight.
Secretary General of the Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Union Bakri Yusuf said in a statement to Sudan Vision that the visit of the Moroccan economic mission comes in coordination with the Moroccan Exports Center, describing it as an important turning point in the economic, commercial and investment relations of cooperation between the two countries.
Yusuf affirmed completion of preparations for receiving the Moroccan delegation, noting that Morocco is moving now south to the depth of the African continent, noting that the country is considered as a bridge for the European technology and investments to the African countries, including Sudan.
Director General of the Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Union Abdel-Salaam Al-Qadi, on his part, said in a press statement that the visit of the Moroccan economic mission comes in the context of efforts for promotion of the economic and commercial relations between the two countries and boosting partnerships between the private sectors in Sudan and Morocco.
He noted that the mission comprises the sectors of infrastructure, environment, services, electricity, renewable energy, information technology, water, trade, contracting and others, saying that the visit comes under the openness stage Sudan is witnessing following the lifting of the economic sanctions.
He added that Sudanese-Moroccan Business Forum would be held on Wednesday as part of the visit to review the potentials of investments in Sudan to be followed by joint meetings between Moroccan businessmen and representatives of companies and their Sudanese counterparts.
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