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Abu Dhabi Fund for Development says $556.6 million provided to Sudan, commits to completing $1.5 billion UAE grant

10/26/2020 | 11:01am EST

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development said on Monday it has provided $556.6 million to Sudan in monetary, economic, and other forms of aid, and said it will continue to provide assistance to Sudan to complete a $1.5 billion grant the UAE committed to last year.

That total included a previously announced $250 million dollar deposit in Sudan's central bank, as well as $119.8 million in budget support. The aid also included 540,000 tonnes of wheat worth $144.7 million, medical aid worth $19.75 million and educational aid worth $11.4.

(Reporting by Nafisa Eltahir; Editing by Toby Chopra)


© Reuters 2020
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