Information Ministry: 31 persons led by Hamdouk to participate in Paris conference

The Sudan’s government has affirmed today putting in place the final touches for the Paris Conference to support Sudan, which will start its work next Monday.

The Ministry of Information and Culture noted that the government’s delegation participating in the conference consists of only 31 people headed by the Prime Minister, and the membership of a number of ministers, including technicians, specialists and media professionals.

The ministry indicated that the French government had invited a number of figures of the glorious December revolution to participate in the Paris conference to support Sudan at its expense, indicating that the transitional government has prepared a comprehensive file for investment in Sudan to be presented to the international community.

It is worth noting that Ambassador Jubeir Ismail Jubeir, the acting Chargé d’Affairs at the Sudan’s Embassy in France,  noted to  (SUNA) that the French government is very enthusiastic about this conference and there is no truth to what is being circulated about the complaining of the French government to the large number of participants in the Sudanese delegation, stressing that France welcomes the participation of all the official and private sectors.

Ambassador Jubeir added that France called for this conference and issued a clear directive to all French media to address this event in all the media, adding that France sees the large number of those wishing to participate as a positive matter that expresses its desire to establish an effective political and economic event that supports the political transition in Sudan.