Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour will pay an official visit to Hungary on Monday as part of the promotion of relations between the two countries.
During the visit, Ghandour will hold joint talks with the Hungarian Foreign Minister and will sign an agreement on economic and technical cooperation between the two countries. He will also meet with a number of officials, ministers and the speaker of parliament.
The visit aims at strengthening bilateral relations in all fields and enhancing cooperation and political understanding to benefit from Hungary’s advanced experience in light industry, production, agricultural processing, research cooperation and the establishing a number of projects in the field of agricultural production.
Political relations between the two countries are characterized by cooperation in international forums and exchange of visits at the ministerial level, in November the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary is expected to visit Sudan.
Sudan has opened an embassy for permanent representation and resident in Budapest, and a specialized trade office to promote trade exchange between the two countries.