Khartoum-The minister of Tourism, Archaeology and Wildlife Mohamed Abu Zaid Mustafa has expressed dissatisfaction
of incompletion of Sinja -Dindir 10Km road, saying “the road is leading to the one of the largest protected area”.
He continued to state that his ministry is exerting efforts to construct roads and to provide tourism services. He added “Following the registration of Bijrawiya as an international archaeology by UNESCO, more than 43 foreign missions and 13 Sudanese ones concern with the area”.
The minister revealed that an agreement with Qatar to “amend” archaeological sites in Sudan, disclosing that Sudan is an International Tourism Organization’s member since 1975.
He criticized the previous governments who neglected the tourism as an economic source to increase public revenue, the minister urged private sectors and businessmen to invest in tourism.
Abu Zaid has announced Sudanese Gulf Tourism investment forum to be convened soon in Khartoum which can provide good benefits to Sudan tourism.
“The arrival of Chinese tourists to Sudan recently is an opportunity to exchange experiences” added the minister who pointed to the participation of Sudan in International Fairs to promote to Sudanese Tourism potentials.