Egypt and Sudan discuss oil and gas industry cooperation

Jul 28, 2002 02:00 AM

Egyptian Minister of Petroleum Samih Fahmi discussed on 28 July with Sudanese Minister of Agriculture and Forests Majdhub al-Khalifah Ahmad and his accompanying delegation the possibility of boosting joint cooperation between the two sides in the field of oil industry and natural gas.
The Sudanese minister and his accompanying delegation are visiting Cairo to attend meetings of the Egyptian-Sudanese joint committee which holds its second session.

Fahmi said an agreement was reached with the Sudanese side on sending Egyptian proposals to Sudan on aspects of joint cooperation in the fields of oil and gas to be studied by Sudanese technicians in preparation for signing a joint protocol in Khartoum in October.
On his part, the Sudanese minister expressed his country's desire to benefit from the Egyptian expertise in the fields of oil and natural gas industries.

Source: MENA news agency
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