The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Attal-Mannan Bakheet said the relations between Sudan and Chad were eternal and the two countries have common social components.
He said in a statement to SUNA on sideline on launching GIAD Exhibition in Ndjamena, Chad, the Ambassador said the Sudanese-Chadian relations were at their best stage, disclosing that the fair is an opportunity to enlighten people on Sudanese industry and its quality in Chadian market.
"What we are now carrying out will move relations between the two countries from its social framework to exchange of interests and benefits. Sudan is determined to push further relations to boost economic cooperation between Khartoum and Ndjamena." Said the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
Minister of State for Industry, Abdou Dawoud said the fair was a fruit of economic cooperation between Sudan and Chad and that it would enlighten people with Sudanese products in Chad market, which is important for Sudanese investors, because Chad is gate for market of West Africa.
Director Of Vehicles at GIAD, Engineer Omer Ali Hamad said 23 companies would participate in exhibition which organized by GIAD in Ndjamena from 18-22 of current May, and that 230 products and services would be presented.
He hoped that the fair would achieve its objectives and enhance Sudan relations with Chad in particular and with West Africa in general.