Transportation Minister Promises Return of Sudan Airways, Heathrow Line

The Sudan Minister of Transportation,Roads and Bridges, Engineer Makkawi Mohamed Awad, has promised the return of the sector of air transportation to its former status by benefiting from the lifting of the US economic sanctions, and the restoration of the Heathrow line.


During his address to the press enlightenment on the lifting of the economic sanctions, he noted that the coming stage will witness the launching of the Khartoum-Medni railway line, and the expected railways lines of (al-Gezeira, the East, Zarga'a Sultanate).
He asserted that the sea lines were mostly affected by the sanctions, indicating that the sanctions lifting would enable the Sudan to enter to the global economy, calling on the political forces to join the national dialogue to contribute in the country's development.

 


Commissioner Madame MayadaSuar Al-Dahab said that Khartoum state is launching a new initiative and adopting new methods to fight drug circulation and trafficking in the state next year. The commissioner described the drug as a threat to the national security. She called for the mobilization of all the parties in the battle againstdrug.

The former first vice president Ali Osman Mohammad Taha

The former first vice president Ali Osman Mohammad Taha stressed the importance of the discussion of all the intellectual issues concerning the youths.

The first vice president the PM Bakri Hassan Saleh launched the youth week organized by the youth union in the Red Sea.

Gms: Khartoum, 9 Dec. 2017 (SUNA)

The meeting of the Council of the Minister of Minerals Wednesday recommended development of an investment geological map for the precious and semi-precious stones in the country besides establishment of three laboratories to inspect, cut and form precious stones.

The First Vice President the (PM) Bakri Hassan Saleh willhonor next Sunday the tenth of December the closing session of the third copy of the Afrabia prize which is organized by the Arab-African council.