The Minister of Finance calls for the strengthening of Sudan’s efforts to achieve economic renaissance

Dr. Djibril Ibrahim, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, said that the Sudan is working to find economic reforms and resort to self-resources.

In his speech at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting held this day in Washington in the presence of Ministers of Finance and Governors of Central Banks in the Middle East and North Africa Afghanistan and Pakistan, he referred to the economic developments in the Sudan, especially in the agricultural sector, indicating the need for inputs in the sector, calling for enhanced efforts to work on its development and the realization of the Sudan international food basket.

He called for the strengthening of efforts to work towards the economic renaissance in the Sudan, commending the role played by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), particularly with regard to the support provided to the Sudan in 2021.

It should be noted that the Sudan participates in meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) within the first African Group (Sub-Saharan Group), comprising 22 countries, including Tanzania, Sudan, South Africa, Burundi and Namibia.

This brings together bankers, finance ministers, civil society, private sector executives and academics.

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