39th session of the Khartoum International Fair, June 1 to 7 2022
“The expo will reflect the real image of Sudan, a country with huge resources and opportunities and good investment atmosphere”, SFZ Director, Al-Fateh Awad
The preparations for the 39th session of the Khartoum International Fair have been completed, as the expo will open from June 1 to 7 2022, with the participation of a large number of Sudanese and international companies.
Dr. Al-Fateh Awad, Director-General of the Sudan Free Zones and Markets Company (SFZ), said in a press conference held in “Prestige Hall” in Khartoum that the exhibition will shed light on the SFZ and it’s benefits to Sudanese economy. He further explained issues related to the global changes and the current food crisis and the possible role of Sudan, “we need to show the stability in Sudan and the country’s business opportunities”, Dr. Al-Fateh added.
He pointed out that the expo contains cultural events, COVID-19 vaccination and more.
The Khartoum International Fair is an important business event and a forum for businessmen, companies, and foreign investors to meet, negotiate deals and even reach agreements and establish partnerships.
The 39th Khartoum Expo has been postponed from March 2022 to June 1, 2022. This delay was due to the political situation in Sudan at that time and for attracting more participations from foreign and local companies.
The Director-General of SFZ Dr. Al-Fateh Awad said there is promising cooperation led by SFZ in the relations between Sudan and South Sudan including a border free zone.
The event will also witness the participation of the state of Khartoum. The head of the high committee of the Khartoum State Fair, Secretary-General of the Khartoum government, Mr. Rabeh Ahmed Hamid told media that the state’s participation will be an opportunity to provide citizens with their daily needs through agreements with producers and the manufacturing sector in Sudan to sell some of their products directly at lower prices.