Chief of Staff of the Customs Corporation Visits the Red Sea State

Neimat alNaiem

Khartoum- As part of his regular visits to the concerned departments of the Custom in Sudan, Maj. Gen. (police) Dr. Bashir al Tahir Bashir, Chief of staff of the Customs Corporation headed a high level delegate of top officials at the Sudanese Custom Corporation , to the Red Sea State on Sunday 23rd March 2019. Chief of staff of the Customs Corporation held meetings with the government top officials in the Red Sea State.
PSC, Brig, Mustafa Mohamed Noor, Governor of the Red Sea State welcomed the delegate, affirming the important of the visit pointed to the pioneer role of the Customs in the Sudanese Economy.
Chief of staff of the Customs, Maj. Gen. (police), Dr. Bashir explained that with the meeting that came in the context of the joint concern efforts in serving the country, and the citizens of the Red Sea State. In addition to implement the decisions issued by the Prime Minister concern the Port and the Customs Corporation. He visited the different departments of the Sudanese Customs Corporation in the Red sea, to stand on the ongoing of work and the performance.
During visit to the Red Sea State, Chief of staff of the Sudanese Custom Corporation held also meeting with the Director General of the Sea Ports Corporation. The meeting tackled the means and frameworks of the successful cooperation and smart partnership between the Customs Corporation and the Sea Ports Corporation.
Maj. Gen. Dr. Bashir congratulated the Director General of the Sea Ports Corporation with the decision issued by the prime Minister to reappoint him as director general of the corporation. He appreciated the good cooperation of the Sea Ports Corporation
On his part, Omer Ahmed, Director General of the Sea Ports Corporation welcomed the visit of the Chief of staff of the Sudanese Customs Corporation to the Red Sea State pointed to the integrated process between the Customs and the Sea Ports Corporation. He explained the readiness of permanent continuous cooperation with the Customs for the supreme interest of Sudan .

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