China to Increase Cooperation with Sudan


The Sudanese-Chinese talks discussed opportunities for economic cooperation and entry into new projects in various sectors.

The Sudanese-Chinese committee met in Khartoum on Monday.

The Sudanese side headed by Musa Omar, the head of the dam implementation unit, while the Chinese side headed by the chairman of the International Cooperation for Reform and Development Committee, yang wing yang.

The talks touched on various economic cooperation and arrangement for entering into new projects, along with ways to push the relations and develop them, and increase economic cooperation, especially in the field of oil production, mining, agricultural and livestock.

Wang expressed his country’s keenness to increase cooperation between Sudan and China in the coming period.

He unveiled the plan to enter new projects in Sudan, especially the oil field to invest in new squares, Agricultural and livestock.