Minister of Finance Mohamed Maeet Tuesday wrapped up a two-day visit to Khartoum, during which he reviewed Egypt’s experience in economic reforms.
A ministry statement said Maeet focused on the balance between the financial and monetary policies.
Such a balance lent the national economy greater flexibility in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the ministry statement added.
The minister said he was looking forward to renewed bilateral relations to boost Egyptian-Sudanese cooperation in economy and trade.
During his visit to the Khartoum, Maeet held talks with Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, Sudan’s Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, the Ministerial Economic Group, as well as the governor and officials of the Central Bank of Sudan.
He also held other meetings with senior officials from the Sudanese tax and customs authorities and the Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Federation, and the Governor of Khartoum.
Maeet reiterated Egypt’s readiness to offer expertise in all fields to help the Sudanese people achieve the goals of comprehensive and sustainable development.
The minister voiced hope that the constructive spirit of cooperation would be reflected in new development projects over the coming period.
Maeet added that further exchange visits would help promote bilateral ties on the road to economic integration.