New Delhi (SUNA) – Presidential Assistant, In Charge of BRICS files, Dr. Awad Al-Jaz addressed the conclusion of the 13th Indo-Africa Partnership Forum
, which concluded yesterday in the Indian capital New Delhi
Al-Jaz announced that Sudan has become a founding member of the International Solar Energy Alliance after having ratified the framework agreement for this alliance on March 8, and has become a founding member, adding that the alliance will provide member countries with solar energy programs and projects and alternative energy through soft loans, besides support provided in the fields of engineering, transfer of knowledge and technology and the provision of training grants and exchange of experiences and consultations, pointing out that the coalition includes 121 countries and aims to produce a thousand gigawatts of solar energy by 2030.
For his part, Sudan's ambassador to India, Siraj Eddeen Hamid described Sudan's participation in the forum as successful and that Sudan signed a number of memorandums of understanding.
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