Daglo: Sudan Climate is Suitable to Attract Investors
Khartoum, May 29 (SUNA) – The First Vice – President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamden Daglo, affirmed that Sudan’s climate is suitable to attract investors and to create an environment to overcome all obstacles that hinder the implementation of agreements.
He said in a press statement at Khartoum Airport Saturday evening upon his return from an official visit to Turkey that he held talks in Turkey and agreed on updating all the previous agreements, pointing to the seriousness of the Turkish side and its firm desire to invest in Sudan and to revive the previous agreements.
He said that the delegation’s meeting with their Turkish counterparts discussed all the issues related to the past and new investments.
Gen. Daglo explained that the value of the agreements with the Turkish side amounted to around 10 billion dollars, and Sudan’s interest in the agreements exceeds 75%., therefore, these agreements shall be updated and their implementation shall start.
He described the visit to Turkey as successful by all standards and removed the chill in the relations, expressing his hope for success of the Turkish investments.
Daglo explained that Turkey was the first country to support the revolution and change, and affirmed its desire to help the Sudanese people, referring to the participation of its Foreign Minister in the signing the Constitutional Document.
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