Khartoum, Aug 8 (SUNA) - The joint ministerial committee between Sudan and Russia concluded its work today in Moscow, where the Sudanese and Russian sides signed the minutes of the meetings of the joint ministerial committee between the two countries in its seventh session, which included a number of agreements and protocols of joint cooperation and signed by the Sudanese side Minister of Minerals Muhammad Bashir Abdullah, while the Russian Minister of Environment and Mineral Resources signed from the Russian side.

 The agreements included cooperation in the economy, agriculture, trade, industry, tourism, transport, communications, energy, mining, geology and higher education.

The Minister of Minerals, Mohamed Bashir Abu Namou, head of the Sudanese side, affirmed the strong relations between the two countries, and that Sudan possesses the capabilities that qualify it to create partnerships with its regional and international surroundings.

The minister reiterated the Sudanese government's affirmation of cooperation with the international community in accordance with what serves the interests of its people , leadership and economic development.

 He lauded the role of the people of Sudan at home and abroad who are working to raise the country's progress, calling on the Russian side to speed up the pace in order to implement the agreements.

The Russian Minister of Environment and Mineral Resources, on his part,  enumerated the history of cooperation between Sudan and the Russian Federation, where the ministerial committee between the two sides is one of the links that serve economic and strategic cooperation.

 He expressed Russia's readiness to implement the following protocols and agreements, especially in the field of infrastructure rehabilitation, in order to consolidate the bilateral relations between the two countries, which are based on the expansion of trade, economic and scientific exchange.

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