China prepares to implement the largest slaughterhouse in North Africa in the Sudan

Minister of Livestock Hafiz Ibrahim Abdel Nabi discussed with the Chinese Ambassador to the Sudan Machin Min joint cooperation and fruitful coordination between the Sudan and China in all areas of livestock in the interest and benefit of the two countries.

We look forward to the development of relations between the two countries and China’s contribution to the establishment of the West Amderman Slaughterhouse for the development and promotion of livestock.

Abdulnabi called on China to invest in livestock and enter into genuine partnerships with the ministry in the hope that it would be of great benefit to both countries and contribute to the promotion of trade between the two peoples.

Abdel Nabi stressed that China remained supportive of the Sudan in all areas, including the creation of training, capacity-building and scientific research opportunities for livestock workers.

He affirmed his Ministry’s readiness to establish and implement the slaughterhouse as soon as possible, pledging to resolve the challenges and obstacles to the establishment of the slaughterhouse and the projects China wished to establish in the Sudan in the areas of livestock.

For his part, the Chinese Ambassador to Sudan Ma Xin Min confirmed China’s willingness to cooperate and coordinate in investment in the areas of livestock, stressing that the establishment of the slaughterhouse is one of the pilot projects benefiting the two countries and the cost of the slaughterhouse is estimated at RMB 490 million and will be one of the largest projects in the North African region and is a key pillar for the development of the livestock sector.

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