Abuja – Nigeria and Sudan have signed Memorandum of Understandings and protocols to enhance bilateral cooperation in areas beneficial to the two countries.
The signing ceremony was jointly performed by the Nigerian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Nurudeen Mohammed and the Sudanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kamalaldin Ismail.
In their separate addresses, both Ministers expressed satisfaction with the excellent relationship between the two governments and their people, reaffirming their willingness to further strengthen the cooperation which aims at developing their respective economies as well as the well-being of their countries.
Both leaders stated their resolve to work towards the implementation of the decisions reached at the meeting and agreed to create a committee of senior officials from both countries with the responsibility for monitoring and implementing the decision of the joint commission.
The experts held comprehensive negotiations and deliberations on the draft agreement, treaties and Memorandum of Understandings in different areas of cooperation.
At the end of the meeting ten agreements, treaties and Memorandum of Understandings were successfully negotiated and signed by both parties.
– CAJ News
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