Jordan to invest in Sudanese agriculture

Sudan Tribune | Friday 16 May 2008

May 15, 2008 (AMMAN) — The Jordanian Prime Minister Nader Dahabi said his country will cultivate lands allocated for his country as part of his government strategy to deal with rising prces of food items on the international market.

Speaking to a delegation from the Arab Commission for Investment, Dahabi said his government welcomes private sector initiatives to contribute to agricultural projects in Sudan.

He promised to provide facilities on this project in cooperation with the Sudanese government.

During the meeting, which was attended by Agriculture Minister Muzahim Al Muheisin and a number of Jordanian businessmen, the two sides discussed utilizing agricultural lands allocated for the Jordanian government in Sudan.

The commission expressed readiness to conduct a feasibility study for the government within a month.

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