Mobile version
Projects
Services
Government Bodies

Belarus considering gold mining in Sudan

Economy 14.03.2018 | 11:25
An archive photo
An archive photo

MINSK, 14 March (BelTA) – Belarus and Sudan are considering gold mining in the African country, Head of the Belarus President Property Management Directorate Viktor Sheiman said in an interview with Belarus 1 TV Channel on 13 March, BelTA has learned.

“We are considering gold mining in Sudan, supplying our machinery, and setting up joint companies, including agricultural ones,” Viktor Sheiman noted.

He also remarked that a vehicle assembly plant has been set up in Egypt. “Cooperation with Egypt has gained momentum. We are also interested in exporting road construction and utility vehicles and delivering food products to this country,” the official stated.

“There has been positive momentum in our relations both with Sudan and Egypt. The first stage is mainly about supplying vehicles. The next one means the establishment of service centers and assembly plants,” he added.

In general, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has taken cooperation with Africa under personal control, Viktor Sheiman emphasized.

Print version
More about Economy
Latest news
All news
Weather
Minsk
Baranovichi
Bobruisk
Borisov
Brest
Warsaw
Vilnius
Vitebsk
Gomel
Grodno
Zhlobin
Kiev
Lida
Minsk
Mogilev
Mozyr
Moscow
Orsha
Polotsk
Riga
Saint Petersburg
Soligorsk
Night +14..+16°C Mainly clear
Day +22..+24°C Mainly clear