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The Supreme Committee for Economic Emergencies discusses issues of improving people's Livings, providing strategic commodities, and arrangements for exporting the first shipment of gold

Translated by Ahmed Hussain
Khartoum 11-7-2020

The Supreme Committee for Economic Emergencies held a meeting in the Friendship Hall this evening headed by the First Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Hamdan Daglo, and in the presence of the Chairman of the Alternate Committee, Dr. Abdullah Hamdouk, Prime Minister.
As He listened to a number of reports related to the issues of improving people’s livelihood, providing strategic goods and securing the requirements for the success of the summer agricultural season.
The Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Ambassador Omar Manis, the committee’s rapporteur, stated in a press statement that the meeting stressed the treatment of electricity sectors, the provision of necessary commodities such as flour, medicine, and petroleum materials, and the handling of relay and distribution mechanisms. The meeting also heard a report on the functioning of the investment portfolio and the ongoing arrangements for the export of the first shipment of gold, starting next Thursday. In addition to providing strategic goods for a period of six months.

Manis pointed out The Supreme Committee for Economic Emergencies discusses issues of improving people’s Livings, providing strategic commodities, and arrangements for exporting the first shipment of gold the meeting directed to tackle the transportation crisis, coinciding with the gradual return of citizens to practice their activities and activities after the partial lifting of the country’s health embargo.
He pointed out that the investment portfolio board will hold a meeting in the coming days to announce plans and programs, according to the following new policies for gold exports, according to the circular issued by the Central Bank of Sudan.

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