Belarus to help Egypt, Sudan in water extraction
Belarusian geologists will help Egypt and Sudan in the drilling of wells for water extraction. Negotiations are now underway on what sites to select for drilling. The works will start already in 2017.
The project is estimated at tens of millions of dollars.
Experts are now purchasing suitable equipment for exploration and drilling of deep-water wells for groundwater extraction.
Trial batch of Belarusian trucks arrives in Sudan
The first batch of vehicles of Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ) from Belarus has arrived in Sudan.
10 trucks is only a trial batch for customers in the African market.
The contract was signed during the Belarusian-Sudanese Business Forum, which was held in mid-January during the official visit of the President of Belarus.
In Khartoum, President Alexander Lukashenko held talks with the leader of that country. Arrangements were made for the development of cooperation between the two countries in various fields.
Belarus’ cooperation with Sudan, Egypt: concluded agreements and plans for future
Belarus President completed official visits to Egypt and Sudan on January 17.
The leaders of the countries defined strategies for future partnership cooperation in Cairo and Khartoum. Moreover, in each of the capitals, business communities held talks that resulted in dozens of agreements.
Taking into consideration global trends, African countries, first of all, have a good potential. The proof can be seen in the rapid growth of investment attractiveness of these states.
Belarus President concludes official visit to Sudan
Major contracts, agreements for the supply of Belarusian vehicles and the creation of assembly plants in Africa. The President of Belarus has completed official visits to Egypt and Sudan.
These two countries are neighbors on the continent. In Cairo, the two leaders discussed a roadmap for cooperation development. The sides then held the third Belarusian-Egyptian business forum. The parties agreed to deepen cooperation in industry and agriculture.
Presidents of Belarus, Sudan hold official talks in Khartoum
Belarus is ready to participate in projects to develop industries and infrastructure of Sudan. Official talks between Alexander Lukashenko and the Sudanese President took place in Khartoum.
Belarus’ head of state and the members of the official delegation arrived in Khartoum on January 16. In the morning on January 17, Alexander Lukashenko arrived at the residence of his Sudanese counterpart Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir.
The one-on-one negotiations have already been held. The sides plan to put emphasis on economic cooperation.
First results of the Belarus-Sudan business forum
The Belarusian-Sudanese Business Forum in Khartoum gathered representatives of business circles of both countries. The main day of the negotiations was the 17th of January. The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Federation of Sudanese Businessmen and Employers are the organizers of this business dialogue.
Everybody from agricultural producers to pharmacists expressed interest in mutual cooperation.
Alexander Lukashenko to make official visits to Egypt and Sudan on January 15-17
Alexander Lukashenko will make official visits to Egypt and Sudan on January 15-17, according to the presidential press service.
The head of state will hold negotiations with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo.
During the talks in contracted and extended formats, the two sides are planning to discuss the current issues of cooperation and prospects of achieving a new level of interaction.
Among the topical issues to be discussed is the development of trade-economic relations and industrial cooperation.
Sudan insterested in Belarusian medical technologies
Belarus will help Sudan in the development of the nuclear industry and the construction of infrastructure. The countries signed April 27 an agreement on cooperation in science and technology, agriculture and industry. In particular, Belarus is ready to share experience in the development of nuclear energy programs and assist in the preparation of personnel in the energy sector.
The Sudanese partners would like to receive the assistance of Belarusian specialists in oil exploration.
Belarus to help Sudan in energy sector staff training
The Belarusian Foreign Ministry has signed a cooperation agreement with the Sudan today.
It is planned that Belarusian specialists will help design energy facilities in that African country and improve the skills of specialists in this field. The focus is primarily on agriculture, industry, energy and healthcare.
Sudan, Belarus to sign cooperation agreement April 27
Belarus will sign an agreement on cooperation with Sudan on April 27, which is part of the country's efforts to reach the farthest countries in an attempt to find new markets.
The focus is on the spheres of trade, industry and power generation. It is planned that Belarusian specialists will assist in the design of energy facilities and help improve the skills of Sudanese power engineers.
Sudan may start to assemble Belarusian tractors
An assembly facility for Belarusian agricultural equipment will appear in Sudan. Cooperation in various fields was discussed April 26 by representatives of that African country at a meeting with Belarusian businessmen.
In addition to trade, Sudanese partners are interested in exploration, primarily in the field of oil extraction.