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Official: Sudan keen to strengthen relations with Turkey

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) and President of Sudan Omar Al-Bashir (R) gesture during a joint press conference following their inter-delegation meeting in Khartoum, Sudan on 24 December, 2017 [Binnur Ege Gürün/Anadolu Agency]
President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) and President of Sudan Omar Al-Bashir (R) can be seen during a joint press conference following their inter-delegation meeting in Khartoum, Sudan on 24 December, 2017 [Binnur Ege Gürün/Anadolu Agency]

Sudan is keen on developing robust political and economic relations with Turkey, Sudanese Vice President Ibrahim Al-Senoussi announced yesterday.

Al-Senoussi’s remarks came during a meeting with a delegation from Turkey’s non-governmental Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association (MOSAID).

“Trade ties between Sudan and Turkey are developing in all fields,” the Sudanese minister stressed in an official statement.

The head of the MOSAID delegation, Ibrahim Ariar, said that association comprises 11,000 members, and 60,000 Turkish companies operating in 78 countries.

He invited Al-Senoussi to attend a MOSAID-organised exhibition, which will be held in the Turkish city of Istanbul in November and include participants from more than 122 countries.

Read: Sudan, Turkey sign $100m investment deal

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