The Joint Ministerial Commission between Sudan and Belarus announced on Tuesday that the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, intended to visit Sudan for the first time next Monday, at the invitation of the Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir, in order to develop bilateral cooperation and discuss a number of issues of common concern.
The President of the Committee, the oil minister, Mohammed Awad Zayed, said that the president of Belarus, accompanied by a high-level economic delegation, noting that President Lukashenko, will hold talks with Sudanese President, and addressing the Sudanese parliament, in addition to holding ministerial meetings at the Friendship Hall in Khartoum, and the signing of a number of protocols and memorandums of cooperation between the two countries.
Technical Committee for Economic Development at Sudanese cabinet last Tuesday, had been approved the Sudanese- Belarus Joint Ministerial Committee of report.
The report included the efforts of cooperation mechanisms between Sudan and Belarus. As well as the preparations and coordination between the ministries involved of the Belarusian president visit to Sudan.
The two sides have signed memorandums of understanding to cooperate in the fields of higher education and scientific research, through the provision of opportunities for scholarships for the Sudanese side, next to the industrial area and the supply of cars, tractors and the training of medical staff and open market for Belarusian drugs in Sudan.
In January 2015 the two countries signed a number of cooperation agreements included cooperation protocol in the fields of oil, industry, science and technology, health, higher education and scientific research.