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Gadhi : We Expect Canada to Play Role in Achievement of Peace in Sudan

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 Khartoum, Jan.19(SUNA)-Member of the Sovereign Council  Hassan  Mohamed Idris  Gadhi praised Canada’s efforts and support to Sudan.

 

Addressing a workshop  about “Role of Sudanese-Canadian Competencies  in Transfer of Knowledge “ Sunday  organize  by the  Secretariat of Sudanese Working  Abroad(SSWA) in  coordination with Cnadian Embassy in Khartoum, Gadhi called for  supporting peace in Sudan particularly, he added,  that  Sudan is experiencing new stage  and openness to the world.

 

 He  said Canada upgrading its relations with Sudan  to level of ambassadors  would give a push  to the Sudanese-Canadian relations  in all fields , stressing  priority of peace for transitional government  in  which , he said  Canada  is  expected  to play  key role.

 

  Gadhi indicated to expertise of Sudanese working abroad and importance of making use of their  competencies

 

SSWA Acting Secretary-General  Abdul-Rahman Sid Ahmed  said the workshop  was  example for integrated roles  between Sudan and Canada to make use of  experiences  of  the Sudanese Canadians  during the coming period.

 

 He  said the SSWA remained working  to cope with  repercussions  of migration  phenomenon by developing new departments  to utilize  expertise of Sudanese expatriates  and attain knowledge gains , adding  migration phenomenon  should dealt with strategic prospective  to bridge the gap in  losses of knowledge assets  resulted in  from migration of human capitals.

 

Sid Ahmed commended the Canadian  Ambassador’s efforts and cooperation  in exchange of knowledge  and common benefits between  the two countries.

 

 The Canadian Ambassador to Sudan, Adrian Norfolk, for his part, announced  his  country support to  government of Sudan in  the transitional period , pointing out   upgrading the diplomatic representation  between  the two countries  last week  would serve this purpose

 

The Canadian Ambassador   unveiled that Canada  is planning  to  increase  volume of  trade  between  the two countries, pledging to  share experiences with  the Sudanese government in area s of agriculture, oil and gas , pointing  signing of partnership agreement between  two companies in Canada and Sudan  in field of production of  improving  seeds.

 

 He referred to a number of possible fields of transfer of knowledge  that Sudan and Canada  could cooperate.

 

 The Canadian Ambassador lauded  role  of Sudanese expatriates in Canada  and their landmark  contributions  to development in Canada and stressed that they have enriched  Canada culturally and socially  in all domains.

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