The Central African Republic and Sudan have talked about the growth of economic relations within the frame of regional concessions in order to deliver stability in the troubled central African nation.
The Sudanese Vice President Hassabo Abdel Rahman discussed as well a bilateral relationship on the meetings of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region which took place in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo.
In a statement issued in the wake of the assembly Atta Almannan Bakheit, the minister for foreign affairs, stated President Touadera revealed their interest to enhance the outdated financial relations with its Sudanese neighbours and also to utilize the Port Sudan as a seaport for his nation.
The meeting further dealt with methods to accelerate the execution of the road linking both nations so as to contribute to improving economic collaboration between Bangui and Khartoum.
Several arrangements had already been signed by both nations seven years ago to facilitate the usage of Port Sudan on the Red Sea as a port for the Central African Republic auto imports and exports. They also thought about involving the building railways between the two states and resumption of direct flights between both nations.
Nevertheless, the political instability in the region along with the armed forces conflicts postponed the execution of this major project for the Central African Republic.