Embassy of China in Sudan

Sudan, officially the Republic of the Sudan (Arabic: جمهورية السودان‎ Jumhūrīyat as-Sūdān) and sometimes called North Sudan is an Arab state in North Africa bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea to the northeast, Eritrea and Ethiopia to the east, South Sudan to the south, the Central African Republic to the southwest, Chad to the west and Libya to the northwest. Internally, the Nile divides the country into eastern and western halves. The population of Sudan is a combination of indigenous inhabitants of the Nile Valley and descendants of migrants from the Arabian Peninsula. Arabisation has made Arab culture the norm and the overwhelming majority of the population today adheres to islam. As a consequence, Sudan is also often considered to be part of the Middle East Read More


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Address:

Doha Street, Al-manshia, Khartoum City

Tel:

+249 1 8327 2730

Fax:

+249 1 8327 1138

Email:

chinaemb_sd@mfa.gov.cn

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In 2010, friendly and cooperative relations between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of the Sudan continued to enjoy in-depth development.


The two countries maintained high-level contacts. In April, President Hu Jintao and Vice President Xi Jinping sent congratulatory messages to Sudanese President Omer Hassan Ahmed El Bashir and First Vice President and President of the semi-autonomous government of Southern Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit respectively on their re-elections in the national election. In May, Minister of Health Chen Zhu, as the Special Envoy of President Hu Jintao, attended the inauguration ceremony of Sudanese President Bashir.


In June, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi sent a congratulatory message to Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed Karti on his appointment. Chinese Special Representative on the Darfur Issue Liu Guijin visited Sudan three times in March, July and November respectively. In April, Sudanese President Bashir sent a message of condolences to President Hu Jintao over the earthquake in Yushu, Qinghai Province. In May, Al-Tigani Salih Fedail, Minister of International Cooperation of Sudan, came to China to attend the Fourth Ministerial Meeting of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation(FOCAC).


In July, the National Pavilion Day of Sudan was held during the Shanghai World Expo. In the same month, Nafie Ali Nafie, Co-deputy Chairman of the Sudanese National Congress Party and Presidential Assistant, visited China and toured the Shanghai World Expo. In October, Speaker of the Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly James Wani Igga visited China. In November, Sudanese Cabinet Affairs Minister Luka Byong visited China. Sudanese Foreign Minister Karti visited China twice in September and December respectively.


Economic and trade cooperation between the two countries developed steadily. The cooperation between China and Sudan in oil continued to deepen, and the "oil, credit and engineering" package moved forward smoothly. Agricultural cooperation also progressed. In August, Zubair Hassan, Economic Secretary of the National Congress Party of Sudan, and Abdul-Halim Ismail Al-Mutaafi, Sudanese Minister of Agriculture, came to China to attend the China-Africa Agricultural Forum. In September, Awut Deng Acuil, Minister of Labor and Public Service of the semi-autonomous government of Southern Sudan, led a high-level group to China for a study tour on agriculture.


In November, the Sudanese Minister of Minerals attended the China International Mining Conference, during which the two countries signed the Memorandum of Understanding Between the Ministry of Land and Resources of the People's Republic of China and the Ministry of Minerals of the Republic of the Sudan on Cooperation in the Mining Industry.


Exchanges and cooperation between the two countries in fields such as culture, education and health were carried out successfully. By September 2010, the Confucius Institute of the University of Khartoum had held more than 20 short-term Chinese language courses for over 150 students from the Sudanese government and the Ministry of Minerals. China had received 580 Sudanese students on scholarships. The Chinese government continued to send medical teams to Sudan, and currently there are 36 medical team members working in Sudan. In September, Sudanese Justice Minister Mohamed Bushara Dousa came to China to attend the Second FOCAC-Legal Forum.


If you are from China and you wish to visit Sudan, Please Visit Sudan Embassy in China

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