Khartoum – Sudan and the EU signed a working document to push forward the educational process and bridging the gap worth 22 million Euros.
For his part Minister of International Cooperation, Idris Suleiman recognized the existence of gap in the educational process a matter that requires the intervention of the government, the partners to bridge the gap.
For his part, the EU Ambassador affirmed that education is considered the axis of development, adding that it is part of the EU concerns.
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