World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz on Sunday arrived in Sudan for a series of talks with Sudanese officials and signed up seperatly 3 agreements on mining, electric, and hydrocarbon to improve energy cooperation between two nations.
Yildiz came together with Sudan's Mining Minister Kamal Abdel Latif, Water Resources and Electricity Minister Tabita Botros Shokai, and Oil Minister Awad Al-Jaz.
Yildiz said that Turkey will back up the works of Sudan's master plan on electric.
"We will back up the private sector represantatives in energy sector, wind, sunny, and hydroelectric being at the first place, to make invesments in Sudan," said Yildiz.
Minister Kamal Abdel Latif said that The relation between Turkey and Sudan went back a long way, and added that they will work more to improve the relations between two nations.
"We would like to see Turkish bussinesmen more in Sudan. We also would like to benefit from Turkey's experience on industry, mining, and transportation sectors," said Abdel Latif.Güncelleme Tarihi: 26 Mayıs 2013, 17:15