Sudan and China agreed on Sunday to expand their existing cooperation in oil fields to include other domains like agriculture and industry.
The agreement was signed in Khartoum between Sudan's State Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal-Eddin Ismail and Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Zhang Ming.
"The two sides discussed steps on how to enhance cooperation in various fields," Sudan's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
"China attaches a special concern to building partnership with Sudan in agricultural and industrial sectors," the Chinese deputy minister was quoted as saying.
The talks also reviewed the situations in Sudan's neighboring countries and the stability in South Sudan, Libya and the Horn of Africa region, as well as uniting visions regarding the reform of the United Nations and the UN Security Council.
Earlier Sunday, Sudan's Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour received Zhang who is visiting Khartoum and leading his country's delegation to bilateral political talks.