Rich experience adds confidence

Belarus ready to help develop Sudanese economy, including via extraction
The Sudanese Minister of Petroleum and Gas, Mohamed Zayed Awad, recently met Belarus’ Deputy Prime Minister, Vladimir Semashko, in Minsk, underlining that he welcomes liaison from Belarus in any form. “It may be via simple trade or the supply of goods, as Belarus is an industrially developed country. However, we’re ready for more complex forms of co-operation, such as the creation of joint ventures in Sudan. We suggest setting up assembly production of machinery much needed in Sudan: automobiles, buses, quarry and agricultural machinery, electronics, and household appliances.”

Belarus is not deterred by the distance between our two states, as noted by the Deputy Prime Minister. He is confident that the recent third session of the joint Belarusian-Sudanese Commission, and a meeting with the Belarusian Government, should facilitate trade-economic and other collaborative ties. He advocates, “Belarus is a country with an open economy, so we should be active on external markets, selling more than 65 percent of our GDP abroad. We can succeed in this.”

By Alexander Pimenov

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