General Dagalo chairs a meeting to promote and develop oil cooperation with the Republic of South Sudan

The Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, chaired a meeting at the Republican Palace today, which included
Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Ministers in Charge of Cabinet Affairs, Defence, Justice, Energy and Oil, Investment
The Governor of the Bank of the Sudan, Director of the General Intelligence Service, is the designated representative of the Minister of

The meeting discussed ways to strengthen and develop oil cooperation between the Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan.

Engineer Mohamed Abdullah Mahmoud, Minister of Energy and Oil in charge, said in a press statement that the meeting assured the progress of work on signing an agreement with the Republic of South Sudan on oil cooperation and related issues.

The meeting had heard a technical and financial report on the previous agreement and a report on the conduct of the current negotiations between the two sides.

Engineer Mohamed Abdullah added that the meeting was the price of the spirit of cooperation that prevailed during the implementation of the previous oil agreement, which lasted from 2012 until 2022, and ended on March 31, noting that the agreement was accompanied by many difficulties that were overcome in the spirit of cooperation between the parties.

The meeting had stressed the need to strengthen cooperation between the two countries on oil issues and the importance of reaching a mutually satisfactory agreement, including the transfer of South Sudan’s oil through Sudanese oil installations in the common interest.

The meeting had drawn attention to the need to strengthen cooperation to increase oil production in the Republic of South Sudan and to provide it with Sudanese oil expertise and capacity-building, adding that discussions between the two sides would continue in the coming period with a view to reaching a mutually satisfactory agreement.

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