The general manager of the company welcomes Canadian investments in the mineral sector in Sudan

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 The Sudanese Mineral Resources Company Ltd. welcomed the Canadian investments in the mineral sector in Sudan. This came when the General Manager of the company, Mr. Mubarak Ardol, received at his office in Minerals Towers on Madani Street in Khartoum, a delegation from the Canadian Sun Peak Company headed by Greg David and David Daoud, company officials. The SMRC GM listened to Added enlightenment from the Canadian delegation about the work of Sun Peak in the field of exploration for copper and zinc in addition to gold through a long experience in the Horn of Africa that lasted for about twenty-five years in both Ethiopia and Eritrea, during which the company was distinguished by high efficiency and qualified and trained cadres and enjoyed job satisfaction. Integrated, including provisions and work conditions. During its period of work in the Horn of Africa, Sun Peak complied with all the requirements of occupational safety and health required in the mineral sector. The Canadian company Sun Peak contributed to achieving societal satisfaction by supporting social responsibility projects for the host communities in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The Canadian delegation expressed its desire to transfer the Canadian experience to Sudan because of its promising mineral resources, referring to its meeting with the Minister of Minerals, Muhammed. Dr. Bashir Abdullah, who was directed to interview the Sudanese company, and Mr. Mubarak Ardol reviewed the successes achieved by his company during the last period through the new policies it adopted, which clearly contributed to increasing gold productivity and raising revenue, expecting more successes during the coming period in light of international openness On investing in Sudan following the decision to lift US sanctions, and the good news that resulted from the Paris conference last month, he is committed to overcoming all obstacles to facilitate the task of the Canadian company and other international companies wishing to enter the field of investment in the mineral sector in Sudan.