Khartoum, Dec. 7 (SUNA) - The Ministry of Trade and Supply revealed that the Sudan’s delegation participating in the meetings of the technical and ministerial committee of COMESA was able to maintain the COMESA Court of Justice in Khartoum and schedule Sudan's debts to the organization.

Acting Minister of Trade and Supply, Amal Saleh Saad, during her chairmanship to the enlightenment meeting , yesterday, with the general managers and directors of departments following her participation in the meetings of the COMESA Ministerial Committee in Lusaka, she stressed the importance of internal and external training, raising competencies, improving performance and benefiting from the experiences of others, noting to the importance of enlightenment and knowledge of what took place in those meetings to raise administrative efficiency and know how to manage meetings and to develop performance.

Meanwhile, the Secretary-General of COMESA, Khadija Siddiq, briefed the meeting on the COMESA meetings, touched on how to apply for jobs and announce them to the member states, indicating that this is a neglected file, in addition to Sudan losing many funded projects as a result of non-payment of contributions.

She pointed out that the Sudanese delegation was able to schedule debts over a period of 12 years due to the economic conditions the country is going through and benefit from grants and projects to the extent required, underlining the efforts made to maintain the COMESA Court of Justice.

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