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Khartoum- Director of the African Department at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Shokat Abdelrazik has affirmed that their visit to Sudan is concerned with enhancing cooperation with the country in the fields of training and capacity building in the fields of atomic energy use in spheres of health, environment and industry.
The IAEA official said after talks he held with the Minister of Industry Mohamed Yusuf that their visit to Sudan is part of a tour that includes a number of African countries.
The Minister of Industry said his ministry is embarked on an industrial modernization program, which needs the support of the IAEA and other agencies of the United Nations.
He pointed out that his ministry is expecting entry of new investments in the industrial sector in Sudan a matter that requires provision of energy.
The Minister affirmed welcome of Sudan to the IAEA projects.