Chairman of Higher Council for Environment Receives Undersecretary of Qatari Ministry of Environment

Khartoum,  (SUNA) - Chairman of the Higher Council for Environment and Promotion of Urban and Rural Development, Maj. Gen. Omer Nimir, the Undersecretary of the federal Ministry of Environment, Dr. Omer Mustafa, and the Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Sudan Saturday received at Khartoum Airport the Undersecretary of the Qatari Ministry of Environment.
Nimir also received a number of delegation of Arab and France, Germany, Canada, South Africa, Kenya and

Yemen which arrived in Khartoum to participate in the First Environment Conference which be held at Coral Hotel under auspices of the First Vice - President of the Republic, Lt. Gem. Bakri Hassan Salih.
In a press statement to SUNA, Nimir said that the First Environment Conference in Sudan is extension to Paris Conference on Climate Change and the second large conference on environment to be held in Africa.
He said that holding of the conference aims to break the blockade and the unfair sanctions which are imposed on Sudan in the field of funding on ground that the environment projects represent an international affair out of any sanctions.
Maj. Gen. Nimir said that the conference provides a good opportunity for the state to meet with the organizations and donor countries that are committed to outcome of the Paris Conference on Climate Change for supporting environment projects in the coming four years, without imposition of any conditions or constraints.

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