Government agency announces that Al-Dahra Holding has expressed a desire to acquire 2.4 million acres of land in one of the largest valleys extending from Sahl al-Batana in the east to the River Nile state in northern Sudan.
Al Bashir affirmed Sudan’s warm welcome to Qatari investors to invest in the projects of Arab food security as Sudan has currently availed more than two million acres appropriate for cultivation and free from prohibitions.
Sudan is hosting the agriculture ministers from Egypt and Saudi Arabia for discussions on a proposal made by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir to use his country’s vast fertile lands to achieve Arab food security.
he governor Abdul Rahman Al Khidir has meanwhile stressed when he received the UAE investors of Al Mohair Group, specialized in agricultural production in West Omdurman, that the state is ready to provide all necessary assistance so that the production reach its peak.
Eisa Al Ghurair, chairman of Al Ghurair Resources, the agricultural commodities arm of Dubai-based Al Ghurair Investment, warned on Monday of investors buying farmland in foreign countries, citing political risk.