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Doha to supply Sudan’s Khartoum with 505 buses

DOHA, December 21, 2017

Qatar will supply Sudan’s State of Khartoum with 505 buses as part of a trade agreement, revealed the Qatari Ministry of Transport and Communications.

This follows talks between Qatar's Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti and the Khartoum State’s Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation Eng Khalid Mohammed Khair, said a Middle East Monitor report.

The ministers alos discussed the implementation of a MoU signed between the Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) and the Port of Port Sudan to develop the Port of Suakin on the Red Sea, making it a key seaport for cargo transportation.

They discussed the commencement of concrete discussions and development works at the port, which is considered a lifeblood for the Port Sudan area. The meeting directed the work team to complete the necessary studies in the shortest possible time.




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