Presidential Advisor and NCP Foreign Relations Secretary, Dr. Mustafa Osman Ismail announced that the Donors International Development and Reconstruction Conference for Eastern Sudan will be hosted by Kuwait next November.
He was briefing the
diplomatic corps in Sudan at the UNDP premises yesterday and revealed
that the paper to be presented to the conference will be discussed on
August 16th including the high preparatory committee.
He added that
the high committee of the Conference includes each of the Kuwaiti Funds,
Arab Fund for Investment, Islamic Development Bank (Jeddah), UNDP and
Eastern Sudan Development Fund.
Ismail announced the completion of
the establishment of the High Council of Investment chaired by President
Al Bashir pointing out that the Council will work in removing all the
obstacles facing the investors.
He considered that the conference has
joint interest between Sudan and the international community as it
concentrates on the investment and not services.
Advisor revealed the completion of the projects, plans, and feasibility
studies to be presented to the conference with the participation of all
He called on the diplomatic corps representatives
to urge their companies and organizations to commit to the projects
presented through investors. Ismail enlightened the ambassadors and
diplomatic corp representatives on the investment, tourism, and economic
capabilities of eastern Sudan.
This conference was announced in November 2009, and was originally planned for March 2010.
Adroub.net news has previously identified a variety of infrastructure projects for East Sudan.
Schools and health clinics
maybe some roads to get to gold discovery sites.
Skyscraper City forum has details on dams, and oil drilling
The Sudan government has a list of various projects that need funding.
Gum Arabic processing (Kassala)
Chlorine manufacturing from salt from Red Sea
Expansion of Port Sudan Airport
Suwakin Port expansion, specialized exports - fish, cattle, containers.
Iron ore ship loading wharf. Osaif Iron Ore Export Port
Green Docks in Port Sudan