Sudan and Chad to revive 54 existed agreements

Sudan’s Vice President Osman Mohamed Yosif Kiber said 54 agreements signed between Sudan and Chad is being amended to make them effective.
The said agreements were signed earlier in 1966 and dealt with issues of mutual concern.
“We highly appreciate experience of joint border Sudanese-Chadian forces as they realized a momentum in combating sea-crossing crimes”, he stressed.
He disclosed a prospect to have troops from Central Africa to make tripartite forces work on borders of the three countries.
Kiber yesterday met with Sudanese Community in Chad confirming the time-less ties between the two countries and common keenness to strengthen co-operation in various fields.
The vice president noted that completion of the road from city of Port Sudan to Addri in Chad would significantly develop trade between the two countries, pointing to presidential directions to facilitate difficulties challenging flow of commodities between the two countries.
He hailed co-operation between Giaad Company and Chadian businessmen resulted in several agreements that bolster economic co-operation of the two States.

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