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Undersecretary of International Cooperation asserts support to follow-up and assessment of foreign aid projects.

Khartoum, Sept. 15 (SUNA) The Undersecretary of the Ministry of International Cooperation, Al-Tahir Sulieman Idam, asserted the importance of the follow-up and assessment of the foreign aid projects to take advantage of successful administrative experiences that support the implementation of development plans in the country.

In his address to the coordinative workshop organized by the Ministry of International Cooperation in coordination with expertise firm (Land Mile), in the field of assessment and follow-up, in order to come up with recommendations to contribute in the establishment of successful projects of the foreign aid provided by the European Union to support development projects in the country, calling for the organization of regular workshops to assess the projects on the national and state levels.

He said that the coming stage will witness the reactivation of the higher and the joint ministerial committees, noting to the importance of the coordination between the Ministry of the International Cooperation and the authorities related to the joint issues, referring to the previous cooperation of the ministry with Ministry of Finance and National Economy.

The undersecretary pointed out to a tendency for the formation of a coordinative council for the foreign aid with the coordination of the Office of Federal Government.

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