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Sudan Hopes to Build a Joint Bank with Indonesia in Khartoum

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Ambassador of Sudan interviewed In Arabic language by VOI's senior reporter Neni Thursday 10.01.2019 Ambassador of Sudan interviewed In Arabic language by VOI's senior reporter Neni Thursday 10.01.2019 VOI-YUBI
Sudanese Ambassador to Indonesia, Asshidik Abdul Aziz Abdalah said that to permanently materialize economic cooperation between Indonesia and Sudan , of course, there is burden. In a special interview with Voice of Indonesia at VOI studio in Jakarta on Thursday, Ambassador Abdulaziz Abdalla said that Sudan will try hard to obtain support from all parties in building a joint bank. He also said that the bank will facilitate all business people and encourage a joint business.
“We cannot deny for the establishment of permanent relations, Of course, there are obstacles. But we think now we are trying hard to get support from all parties to establish a joint bank, because the existence of a joint bank will greatly facilitate entrepreneurs and encourage joint ventures. We now ask to build the bank and we will open it in Khartoum, because Indonesia has a wide range of conventional banks and the banks are capital and joint banks at the international level," Abdallah said. 
Furthermore, Ambassador Asshidik Abdul Aziz Abdalah also explained that Sudan has imported goods from Indonesia, such as  clothing, fabrics, medicines and automotive spare parts and so forth.  He also said that Indonesia has a lot of experiences in all fields, such as air plane industry, paper industry, agriculture and so forth. So, Sudan learns much from Indonesia. He also appreciated the existence of peacekeeping troops of Indonesia in Sudan. As a result, the security is stable in Sudan. (VOI/Neni/Trans by AF)
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