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Egypt spares no effort to boost cooperation with Sudan: Egyptian ambassador to Khartoum

MENA , Monday 14 Oct 2019
Egypt and Sudan
Egypt's ambassador to Khartoum Hossam Eissa with Sudanese Minister of energy and mining Adel Ibrahim in their meeting on Sunday (Photo: Egyptian foreign ministry)
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Egypt's ambassador to Sudan Hossam Eissa said Sunday that Cairo spares no effort to boost cooperation with Khartoum for achieving development in various fields, especially the bilateral projects.

Eissa's remarks came during his meeting with Sudanese Energy and Mining Minister Adel Ali Ibrahim, where they discussed enhancing the bilateral ties, especially in the domain of electricity linkage project.

The ambassador highlighted the importance of the electricity linkage project between the two neighboring countries, which is expected to meet the needs of energy for Sudan. 

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