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News number: 8911031267

17:31 | 2011-01-23

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Sudan Seeking Iran's Assistance in Reforming Cinema Industry

TEHRAN (FNA)- Sudan's Minister of Culture El Samawa'al Khakafallah al-Quraish asked Iran to help Sudan reform its cinema industry.



The minister pointed to the weak financial backup for his country's cine industry, and said that Khartoum plans to increase role of the cinema in Sudan by reforming the county's laws.

He called on Iran and other countries with strong cinema industries to set up companies active in different fields, including production, light, sound, animation, direction and acting, in his Northeast African state.

Quraish further stressed his country's resolve to move in this field, adding that Sudan is also determined to produce documentary films about its intact nature.

Iran has long sought to boost ties and cooperation with the African countries in a bid to help them with development.

Tehran and Khartoum concluded several agreements on Iran's participation in Sudan's major development projects during a recent visit to Tehran by a special envoy of the Sudanese president in November.