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Visit of Turkish Vice President of Sudan

21 Feb 2019 تقارير وتصريحات

The visit of the Turkish Vice President Fuad Oqtai to the country was in addition to the established Sudanese-Turkish relations. During the meeting, the two countries agreed to provide the political will to ensure the implementation of signed agreements between the two sides, which included the areas of health, education, mining, agriculture and defense trade and raising the trade exchange to one billion dollars to increase to 10 billion dollars in the future and the promotion of the consultation committee between the two countries, Sudanese Prime Minister and Turkish Vice President. The two sides stressed the determination of the two sides to reach a strategic level in the relations reflected in the outcome of the talks held by the President of the Republic Marshal Omar al-Bashir and the First Vice-President of the Republic, First Lieutenant Bakri Hassan Saleh and Prime Minister Moataz Moussa with the Turkish Vice-President to achieve common interests and achieve the goals and strengthen the ties between the two countries. Prime Minister Moataz Moussa said that the Sudanese government is keen to implement the agreements and memorandums of understanding signed with the Turkish side and to work to remove the difficulties and challenges that may face implementation. In turn, Ouattai pledged to stand with Sudan and support him to be strong and cohesive to contribute to stability in the region and the Islamic world, He announced the establishment of a Turkish bank in Khartoum to develop trade, the establishment of a Turkish metal company in Khartoum, working in the various minerals fields, and the operation of Turkish Airlines for regular flights to Khartoum and Port Sudan airports to accelerate the growth of trade and tourism between the two countries. To contribute to the stability of the region and the Islamic world, and announced the establishment of a Turkish bank in Khartoum to develop trade, He announced the establishment of a Turkish bank in Khartoum for the development of trade, the establishment of a Turkish metal company in Khartoum working in the various minerals fields and the operation of Turkish Airlines for regular flights to the airports of Khartoum and Port Sudan to accelerate the growth of trade and tourism between the two countries. The establishment of a Turkish company in Khartoum to develop trade, the establishment of a Turkish metal company in Khartoum, working in the various minerals fields, and the operation of Turkish Airlines for regular flights to the airports of Khartoum and Port Sudan to accelerate the growth of trade and tourism. Between two countries. He promised to see these projects soon, after preparations for the strategic cooperation council between President al-Bashir and Erdogan were completed in Ankara next December. The Turkish-Sudanese relations have been firmly entrenched and have witnessed a remarkable development in recent years, especially since the arrival of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey in 2002, which has strengthened the plan of communication with the countries. The relations between Khartoum and Ankara have been very dynamic during Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to the country Two hundred businessmen in December. The relationship was further cemented after the signing of the strategic agreement between them. Turkey has made clear contributions to the country's economic projects, the reconstruction of Darfur and the rehabilitation of Swakin in the east of the country. The participation of the President of the Republic Marshal Omar al-Bashir in the inauguration of Turkish President Erdogan after his victory in the recent elections and the opening of the new Istanbul International Airport deepened the developed relations between the two countries.

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