Mohamed Maait, Minister of Finance said during his meeting with Muhammad Ali Mustafa, Secretary General of the Sudanese Tax Office, in the presence of Hossam Hussein, the Minister’s advisor for external relations, that we are keen on the sustainability of the quality of the performance of electronic tax systems; to help achieve the desired goals by integrating the informal economy into the formal economy, achieving fair competition, laying the foundations for tax justice, and exercising the right of the state, thus stimulating investment and promoting economic growth.
The Minister of Finance added that we are ready to provide all support to our brothers in Sudan, so that they can benefit from the Egyptian experience in developing and automating the tax system, including the electronic invoice.
The two sides agreed to renew the cooperation protocol between Sudan and the tax training center, and to increase training programs in the tax field.
In the presence of representatives of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the Minister expressed his interest in the proposal to hold a workshop for experts from the finance ministries of North African countries to benefit from the Egyptian experience in the field of innovative financing tools such as green bonds.
On his part, Mustafa praised the cooperation programs between the two countries that contributed to developing the tax work system in Sudan and raising the efficiency of collection, expressing his aspiration to benefit from the Egyptian experience in applying the electronic invoice.