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Khartoum-Ministry of minerals will sign an understanding memo to develop the conventional mining in Sudan, with the Canadian Institute for Development and Resources CIDRI. The memo aims to reflect the CIDRI experiences, strategies and solutions to organize the conventional mining. This came when receiving Adrian Roland, the Canadian Ambassador to Sudan yesterday at ministry.
Geologist, Consultant, Dr. Mohamed Abu Fatima, minister of Minerals stated that the ministry will sign this understanding memo with CIDRI, with the Sudanese Mining Resources Company (SMRC) in the field of conventional mining, and with the Geological Researches Authority Sudan (GRAS) in research and exploration. Beside investment and developing of mining with Ariab Company, or through providing services with SUDAMIN Company.
Abu Fatima pointed out that the memo will be comprehensive in the future to benefit from the products. The minister explained that they discussed with the Canadian Ambassador and the members of the CIDRI, training opportunities for Sudanese staff to develop the mining sector, beside the benefit from the Canadian Code and the revision of the Sudanese Code to cope with the international Codes.