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Eng Mohammed Abdul Karim Alhodd, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities and Wildlife, declared the completion of all the arrangements to start the implementation of the work in the Jabrawiya Camp

 25/04/2013

Eng Mohammed Abdul Karim Alhodd, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities and Wildlife, declared  the completion of all the arrangements to start the implementation of the work in the Jabrawiya Camp to restore and rehabilitate the relics as of Saturday, 27 th April. This came at a press conference today, held on the premises of the ministry in the presence of Mr. Abdullah al-Najjar, Director General of the Qatar Museums and Antiquities, and HE Qatar's Ambassador to Khartoum, in addition to Dr. Mahgoub Atta al-Mannan, Undersecretary and  leaders of the tourism sector and the media.

 Mr. Minister praised the strength of the bilateral relations between the two countries and stressed the execution of  the project of the strategic partnership with the Qatari side.

  Mr. Minister clarified the project which is being held under the auspices of the leaders of the two countries in accordance with the Doha agreement (September 2012), which includes the rehabilitation and restoration of monuments to each of the states the Nile River and North, where 250 Pyramids will be restored and  technical and logistical support for a 28 Missions working in the field of exploration and restoration of monuments in the region will be provided at an estimated cost of $ 30 million. It  will be implemented over five years starting this year.

The Minister also pointed out the positive aspects of the project represented in the rehabilitation and training of national cadres working in the sector and strengthening the infrastructure of the  restoration areas, also  to benefit from the rehabilitation of the National Museum. This will promote  the country's outstanding historical civilization.

In the same context, Mr. Abdullah Al Najjar  from the Qatari side, stressed  that this project is an extension to lay the foundations of the Qatari- Sudanese cooperation in many areas of investment, from which we seek to establish the civilizations in Sudan, and we will work to extend the cooperation to the rest of the States. He also pointed out that there will be cooperation in the field of  Global exhibitions  to highlight the importance of  cultural and historical relics in Sudan.



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