UAE and Sudan establish strategic partnership in govt modernization

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Republic of Sudan have formed a strategic partnership in government modernization, as part of their efforts to improve cooperation, exchange experiences, and knowledge in numerous fields.

According to the reports, both countries addressed ways to improve bilateral relations, as well as opportunities to extend cooperation and share expertises in a variety of government-related fields.

Sudan’s Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, took part in bilateral meetings during the UAE delegation’s visit to Sudan. Dr. Hamdok emphasized the two nations’ long-standing relationship and expressed his gratitude to the UAE government for assisting Sudan and contributing to the country’s full reintegration into the international community.

Dr. Hamdok has stated that the relations between the UAE and Sudan are progressing rapidly on all fronts. “We aim to establish a strategic relationship based on joint cooperation between the two countries for the benefit of both nations,” he further added.

Ohood bint Khalfan Al Roumi
Ohood bint Khalfan Al Roumi
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“The UAE government, under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, focuses on strengthening cooperation with governments around the world, to consolidate a constructive and strong partnerships model to promote the development process in all vital sectors. The new partnership with the Government of Sudan reflects the strong relations between our nations, embodies our keenness to reach advanced stages of joint cooperation, and aims to exchange best experiences and practices.”

Mr. Khaled Omar Youssef, Minister of Cabinet Affairs in the Republic of Sudan noted that Sudan is entering a new era of development as a result of new global collaborations and regional relationships, particularly with the UAE.

Furthermore, he lauded the strategic partnership formed by the UAE and the Sudanese government as the outcome of mutual cooperation and trust, highlighting that areas of cooperation under the strategic partnership will include sharing best practices and experiences in modernizing government models.

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