Turkey, Sudan agree to boost bilateral trade

ANADOLU AGENCY
KHARTOUM
Published 11.07.2019 00:10

Turkish and Sudanese cooperation committees have discussed bilateral relations for the first time since the ousting of former President Omar al-Bashir in April.

In a press release by the Foreign Ministry, the two sides discussed cooperation in bilateral trade and the sectors of banking, agriculture, health, aviation and education in addition to art and culture.

"Undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry, Omer Dahab, discussed bilateral relations with Turkish Ambassador to Khartoum İrfan Neziroğlu in bilateral trade, banking sector, agriculture, education, aviation, culture and arts," a press release said.

Turkish-Sudanese ties have been boosted in different sectors and authorities on the two sides vowed to boost the trade balance to at least $10 billion.

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