Proposals for developing trade movements and investments, and boosting economies between Egypt and Sudan will be introduced during meetings of the joint Egyptian-Sudanese higher committee, an Egyptian diplomat in Sudan told MENA Wednesday.
The meetings of the joint Egyptian-Sudanese higher committee will be hosted in Cairo soon, and will get Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi and his Sudanese counterpart Omer Al-Bashir together, plenipotentiary Mossad el-Naggar at the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum said.
The proposals which will be introduced will tackle removing obstacles that impede achieving aspired development, el-Naggar said at the conclusion of the Egyptian-Sudanese business forum for metal industries.
The proposals, agreed by companies participated by the forum, included many issues such as banking transactions, and removing tariff barriers.
The Sudanese part urged to adopt new measures concerning banking transactions between the two countries because of its negative impact on bilateral trade.