Khartoum, March 9 (SUNA) – Khartoum State and the Ugandan capital of Kampala have decided to maintain joint cooperation and exchange of experiences in the field of services and infrastructure.

Acting Wali (governor) of Khartoum State Ahmed Osman Hamza arrived yesterday in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, at the invitation of the Mayor of Kampala City.

The two sides held joint working sessions where they discussed the experience of the two countries in providing services, especially road asphalting, lighting and hygiene drainage networks.

The two sides agreed to exchange experiences, training and visits.

The governor of Khartoum State also addressed a session of Kampala Municipal Legislative Council, where he reaffirmed the strong and deep-rooted relations between Sudan and Uganda as well as the importance of utilizing these relations to serve common causes.

At the end of the visit, the two sides agreed to submit a recommendation to the Sudan-Uganda Joint Ministerial Committee in order to sign a twinship agreement between Khartoum and Kampala.

 The Wali of Khartoum also extended an invitation to the Mayor of Kampala City to visit Khartoum and the Mayor accepted it and promised to visit Khartoum soon.


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