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Al-Burhan Receives Deputy Director of World Bank 

Khartoum, May 24 (SUNA) – The President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, Monday received at the Republican Palace the Deputy Director of the World Bank, Hafez Ghanem, in the presence of the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, and the Regional Director of the World Bank for East Africa.

 The meeting discussed the prospects for the partnership between Sudan and the World Bank and the projects that the bank is aims to implement in Sudan.

 In a press statement, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, said that the government has conducted a number of economic and legal reforms aimed to advancing the development in the country.

The Deputy Director of the World Bank indicated that the World Bank aims to implement a number of development projects in Sudan at the fields of infrastructures, health and education.

 He said that the World Bank has supported Sudan return to international financial institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, expressing their pleasure over the economic reforms adopted by Sudan and confidence in success of the development plans in the country.

The Deputy Director of the World Bank stated that the reforms and projects that Sudan government is arranging with the World Bank will have an impact in the short, medium and long terms.

He expressed his pleasure at the level of partnership between Sudan and the World Bank, stressing that the bank will remain a strong partner to Sudan and will work with it to achieve the government goal to improve the standard of living for the people.

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Source: SUNA

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