The Fourth International Conference on Minerals kicked off yesterday in Khartoum with the participation of 37 countries and 700 international and local companies to discuss investment opportunities in field of minerals, particularly gold and uranium.
Sudan’s Prime minister and minister of finance Motaz Moussa expected minerals to achieve a momentum in the country’s economy adding ” studies have shown large reserves of minerals in 14 states in country”
in speech he delivered to opening session of the conference the minister pointed that the conference comes in a very complicated regional and international challenges, especially in Africa, noting these challenges impose a moral duty on the State to build a successful partnerships to guarantee funding and modern technologies.
He underscored his government’s commitment to open the doors of Sudan to investors in order to forge successful partnerships, highlighting the existence of an attractive and encouraging investment law, particularly in the mining sector, calling on participants to create authentic channels of communication to promote the economies of their countries. He said the Sudanese government was seeking to build a strong and influential nation in its regional and international environment through stability and growth, stressing that it was ready to adopt the results of the Forum as the optimal framework for optimal use of the mineral potential for a prosperous future for future generations.
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