Hamdouk Briefed on Outcome of Minister of Religious Affairs Visit to Italy and Jordan
Khartoum, Oct.5(SUNA)-The Prime Minister, Dr Abdalla Hamdouk, was informed on outcome of visit of Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments to Italy and Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
This came when the Prime Minister met at his office Monday Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments, Nasr El-Din Mufreh.
Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments said in a press statement that he briefed the Prime Minister on outcome of his visit to Italy, which, he said, came at invitation of the Italian government represented in religious and diplomatic institutions.
He said he also informed the Prime Minister on outcome of meetings at the Italy Conference which discussed the relationship between religions, politics, diplomacy and the economy, as well as the relationship between those institutions in field of combating extremism and terrorism, besieging and dismantling extremist and hate speech, as well as fighting poverty and standing by institutions and youth who have suffered greatly from wars and poverty in poor countries.
The Minister added that he had informed the Prime Minister about outcome of his visit to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which took place at the kind invitation of the Jordanian Minister of Islamic Affairs and Holy Places, Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Al-Khalayleh.
He stated that his meeting with the Jordanian Minister discussed strengthening joint cooperation between the two countries in the fields of religious affairs, as well as endowments, Hajj and Umrah institutions, especially the Pilgrims Saving Fund, stressing in this regard that his ministry will work to establish it for the first time in Sudan, and thus Sudan will be the second Arab country to establish such savings funds for pilgrims.
The Minister further added that the visit tackled issue of training imams and preachers outside Sudan to raise their capabilities to deal with the latest developments in youth and women issues, as well as issues of extremism, and terrorism.
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