SENIOR OFFICIALS OF SUDAN, TUNISIA END MEETING TO PREPARE FOR HIGHER COMMITTEE | Tunisia News Gazette

SENIOR OFFICIALS OF SUDAN, TUNISIA END MEETING TO PREPARE FOR HIGHER COMMITTEE

TUNIS, Senior officials of Sudan and Tunisia have ended their preparatory meetings here this week ahead of the meeting of the Higher Committee of the two countries.

The two sides signed the minutes of the meetings of senior officials at its conclusion here Friday. The Sudanese side was headed by the Director of the Department of Arab Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Abdel-Moneim Ahmed, who signed for Sudan, while the Tunisian side was led by the Director-General for Political and Economic Relations with the Arab World, Ambassador Mohamed Samir Koubaa, who signed the minutes.

The Sudanese delegation included representatives of the ministries of health and international co-operation as well as the Central Bank of Sudan and the Tunisian side was represented by officials from more than 10 ministries and public institutions.

The Sudan news Agency (SUNA) learned that the two sides agreed during the two-day meeting on co-operation projects in several fields, including higher education and scientific research, transport, health, tourism, investment, trade and agriculture.

A number of other projects, which were presented by the Tunisian side to the Sudanese side were postponed for further study with the aim of processing and to be signed together during the meetings of the Higher Committee between the two countries scheduled to be held on Feb 1 and 2 in Khartoum.

Source: SUNA

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