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Tuesday, 23 May 2017
 

Khartoum Hosts Council of Environment Ministers of the Green African Fence

Khartoum – Council of Environment Ministers of the Green African Fence has concluded its meetings with the participation of 11 States from Africa besides

a number of environment experts from Sudan and abroad.
First Vice President, 1st Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Saleh affirmed the government support to the Green African Fence considering its importance to reduce the negative impacts of the climate change. He renewed Sudan’s concern to preserve safety environment free of wars and conflicts in the African continent to achieve safe life to the people.
He said, while addressing the concluding activity of the Council of Environment Ministers of the Green African Fence, that the project with its huge size deserves strong political will from all concerned sectors.
He called on the Council to achieve the comprehensive development through accompanying the culture, community and utilizing all the scientific powers.
He affirmed Sudan’s support to make the project a success to achieve sustainable development.