Sudan will use oil revenues for development and infrastructure

May 03, 1999 02:00 AM

Sudan's Minister of Energy and Mining Dr Awad Ahmad al-Jaz affirmed that the revenues of the Sudanese oil, which is due to be exported as of 30th June within the context of the 10th anniversary of the National Salvation Revolution, will be used in development and enhancing the infrastructures in the health, education, environment and energy fields in the country .
Speaking about the state's policy concerning utilisation of oil proceeds, Dr Jaz told Suna that the government will give a special consideration to the development of the areas at which the oil is explored.
The minister has refuted the false allegation on the government's intention to use the oil revenues for financing weapons industry in Sudan.

Source: BBC via Iinoil
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