Sudan, Chad to Sign Agreement on Oil Export, Railway
Khartoum- The Government of Sudan and Chad intend to sign a joint agreement in the coming few days aims to link the two countries through rail freight as well as exporting Chadian oil by Red sea passing Sudanese territories.
The member of Chadian delegation, who is currently participating in African Parliamentary Union (APU) conference, disclosed yesterday that the Chadian president Idris Debby will visit Khartoum on 5 December to sign the mentioned agreement with his counterpart president Omer Al-Bashir.
Abbas Suleiman speaking exclusively to (Sudan Vision) that the speaker of Chadian parliament has delivered President Al Bashir a message related to construction of rail way freight and to export the Chadian oil through the Sudanese territories.
Abass went on to say that relations between the two countries are distinguished; praising the aspects of cooperation between the parliaments, adding that the parliament of his country has requested to host the conference of 2014.
In a related development the speaker of Algerian parliament Rafiqa Gassy has commanded the efforts exerted by Sudan in organizing such a conference in Khartoum described as an extra-ordinary adding that the conference discussed crucial issues including education, civil wars and the issue of solidarity with Somalia in its crisis.
On the same development the head of Moroccan delegation has declared that his country well prepare to host the coming conference in 2012 which will focus on the issue of migration.
Abelsalam Al Lbar said that Africans are increasing put at risk because of illegal migration and the waves of Mediterranean annually where Africa looses out and that is why the conference to be held.
Al Lbar called states member to double efforts to offer jobs opportunities for youth to prevent this phenomena according to him it becomes affected negatively on African countries.
By Mohamed Ali Fazari, 29/11/2011