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Egyptian President: There are enemies for Egypt-Sudan integration

Posted by Ethio Tribune on April 9, 2013

Egypt and Sudan plan to double their trade and investment, stepping up cooperation in sectors ranging from manufacturing to tourism, President Mohamed Morsi said on Friday as he ended his first visit to Khartoum.

“We agree to benefit from all the resources we have to reach full integration, through joint agricultural projects for food security, and to double the amount of trade and investment,” Morsi told reporters at a press conference with his fellow Islamist, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.

Morsi arrived on Thursday evening in Sudan, which Egypt jointly ruled with Britain until 1956, and left after about 24 hours.

Bashir’s office called the visit “historic” but observers questioned why Morsi had not come sooner.

Morsi, a former Muslim Brotherhood leader, was elected in June after a popular uprising toppled long-time strongman Hosni Mubarak in 2011 in of the region’s Arab Spring revolts…click here to read more>>

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