Hamdouk heads to Ivory Coast
Khartoum, July 13 (SUNA) – Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamduok, left today evening for Abidjan, the capital of Côte d’Ivoire, in response to the invitation extended by Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara to participate in the mini-summit of a number of African heads of state and government in order to mobilize international support during the twentieth renewal of the resources granted to Sudan by the International Development Agency (IDA) of the World Bank, scheduled for July 15th.
Sudan’s participation in the summit is the first of its kind in three decades, after Sudan was removed from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism and Sudan’s return to the international community and the international development community.
The Prime Minister was seen off at Khartoum International Airport by Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Eng. Khaled Omar Yousef, and Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim and Minister of Justice d. Nasr El-Din Abdel Bari and a number of senior government’s officials.
Al Jazar: A Minimalist Approach
On Al Jazar Street in al Riyadh Khartoum, under a large white sign spelling out the word “Al Jazar” in big bold black-lined red letters, is a great little take out for a delicious kufta sandwich. As the namesake explicates, the enterprise is a byproduct…