Khartoum, January 27 (SUNA) – The Acting Director of Customs Forces Maj. Police Hassab-al-Karim Adam Al-Nur has reiterated the keenness and concern of the Sudanese Customs Forces to enhance cooperation and coordination with the brothers in the State of South Sudan in support of the trade movement between the two countries, in a way that pushes the economy of the two countries to wider horizons.


This came when he received Thursday the Director General of Non-oil Revenues, Dr. Patrick Candy Magwi and Acting Director General of the Customs Forces in Maj. Police Gatun Joel Riak in the State of South Sudan and their accompanying delegation.


The Acting Director of the Customs Forces stated that the visit came within the framework of the outcome of the political and security committee and in implementation of the directives of the leadership of the two countries to activate the commercial movement by standing on the readiness of the border crossings, referring to the visit of the delegation of the State of South Sudan to the ports of Port Sudan and Kosti to fix all the shortcomings that impede the progress of work at those crossings in order to continue the commercial mobility and to facilitate and support the movement of the citizens of the two countries.


For his part, Dr. Patrick Candy referred to the eternity of the relationship between the two brotherly peoples, adding that the visit comes to enhance trade activity via the customs forces of the two countries, through which the two countries seek to achieve sustainable development that supports the economies of the two countries, praising the concern of the Government of Sudan with the opening of the crossings to stimulate the trade movement.

Maj. Police Joel added that the visit came to implement the memorandum of understanding so that everyone contributes to the advancement of the economies of the two brotherly countries.


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