Khartoum (SUNA) - HRH Prince Naif Bin Abdul Aziz, the Saudi investor, has expressed his desire to invest in the Sudan
with its huge natural resources and vast arable lands.
In a statement to the Sudan News Agency, Prince Naif said his current visit to the Sudan witnessed the ingurgitation of the Remit Exchange and Financial Transfers Company in Khartoum, an event honored by the Assistant of the President of the Republic, Gen Abdul Rahaman Sadiq el Mahdi.
He said the fact that the assistant was there to attend the event gave them an impetus for more actin and more joint work with the Sudan.
He congratulated the Sudan for the lifting of the economic sanctions, a matter which would enable the country open up on the world at large.
He also expressed his hope that Saudi investments would be encouraged and be provided with facilitations.
He said his company will be providing huge services at reasonable cost, using up-to-date technologies that would facilitate the work and help attract Sudanese expatriates' remittances.
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