Vice Chairman of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo Hamidati, said yesterday, Saturday, that the value of his country’s agreements with Turkey amounts to about $ 10 billion.
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He said that the value of the agreements with the Turkish side amounts to about $ 10 billion, and Sudan’s interest in the agreements exceeds 75%, so they must be modernized and start to implement them.
Hemedti added, “We went out with joint talks, and it was agreed to update all previous agreements.”
He indicated the seriousness of the Turkish side and the firm desire to invest in Sudan, and to revive previous agreements.
Hemedti pointed out that Sudan’s climate is suitable to attract investors and create an environment to overcome all obstacles that hinder the implementation of agreements, and expressed his hope for the success of investments and the relief of the Sudanese citizen.
Hemedti added that the Sudanese delegation discussed with Turkish officials all issues related to previous and immediate investments (he did not clarify them), stressing that the visit was successful by all standards, and the stalemate and apathy were removed.
He added that Turkey is the first country that supported the revolution and change, and affirmed its desire to help the Sudanese people, adding that the Turkish side looks forward to serving Sudan according to common interests.
And last Thursday, Hemedti began a two-day visit to Turkey with a number of ministers.
Relations between Ankara and Khartoum have been developing since the Justice and Development Party (AKP) came to power in Turkey in 2002, when it set up an ambitious plan to enhance communication with African countries.
Bilateral relations have also witnessed a wide movement since the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Sudan, in December 2017, as the two countries signed 22 agreements and memoranda of understanding in several fields.
These agreements and memoranda include cooperation in the fields of education, agriculture, industry, trade, iron and steel industry, prospecting, energy exploration, developing gold extraction, establishing grain silos, health services, and thermal and electrical generation.