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PIB | 21 Jul, 2022

Union Minister of State for Commerce & Industry Anupriya Patel on Wednesday met Amal Salih Saad Mohamed, Minister of Trade and Supply,  Republic of Sudan, who is on a two day visit to New Delhi to attend 17th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave on India-Africa Growth Partnership held on 19-20 July 2022.

The Ministers reviewed the bilateral relations with a focus on trade and investment, defence & maritime cooperation.

Both sides appreciated that there is a deep-rooted cultural and people-to-people ties between both the two countries. Many students from Sudan are pursuing their higher studies in institutions across India. Both sides agreed to further strengthen and diversify trade and economic linkages.

MoS emphasized that India has always stood in solidarity with the people of Sudan and partnered in undertaking development projects, capacity building and humanitarian assistance.

She also called upon Sudan to effectively utilise and benefit from the preferential market access offered by India under India’s Duty- Free Tariff Preference (DFTP) Scheme for Least developed countries (LDCs) and LDCs services waiver schemes.

 
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