Sudan participates in activities of the fifth session of the Arab-Japanese Economic Forum in Tokyo

Tokyo, July 10, 2024: Zollnet

His Excellency Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, is leading the Sudanese delegation participating in the activities of the fifth session of the Arab-Japanese Economic Forum, which is currently being held in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, during July 10-11.

The Sudanese delegation includes:

* Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of Sudan in Tokyo.

* A representative of the Ministry of Energy.

Forum activities:

* Opening session: The speakers were:

* Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.

* His Excellency the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit.

* A number of other officials.

* The first day: was dedicated to the commercial and economic conference between the public and private sectors.

* the second day:

* The Ministerial Conference takes place.

* Discusses issues of flexible and sustainable Arab-Japanese economic development.

* Dr. Jibril Ibrahim presents the statement of Sudan.

* Meetings on the sidelines of the forum:

* Meeting with the Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.

* Meeting with the Minister of State of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

* Meetings with leaders of Japanese financial and development institutions, such as:


* Japan External Trade Organization (JTRO).

* Japan Bank for International Cooperation.

* Lecture: It will be presented by His Excellency Dr Jibril Ibrahim, entitled “Current Conditions and Prospects for Reconstruction in Sudan” at the prestigious Meiji University in Japan.

Participation objectives:

* Strengthening economic cooperation between Sudan and Japan.

* Attracting Japanese investment to Sudan.

* Benefit from Japanese expertise in various areas of development.

Expected results:

* Signing of a number of agreements and memoranda of understanding between Sudan and Japan.

* Increase Japanese investment in Sudan.

* Strengthening economic relations between the two countries.

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