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The IUA receives the President of the Parliament of the Central African Republic.

Prof. Musa Taha Tay Allah, Deputy Director of Scientific and Cultural Affairs, received HE Mr. Haj Musa Anjun Baba, Speaker of the Parliament of the Central African Republic, on Saturday, February 23, 2019, in the presence of the Ambassador of the Central African Republic to the Sudan, Oussama Mirghani Rashid, the Assistant Director for Coordination and Administrative Follow-up and Professor Tajeddin Bashir Niam Head of the Foreign Relations Office. At the beginning of the meeting, Professor Musa invited the country and its accompanying delegation to provide a historical overview of the university and its establishment and the number of its students and colleges Stressing the University's readiness to support the educational process in the Central African Republic, announcing the University's support for the educational process in Central Africa with 50 scholarships in bachelor's degrees and (4) postgraduate scholarships, proposing to open two centers, For the international secondary certificate, stressing that the university will support education there without a ceiling in the framework of joint cooperation shows the two sides of his side. The head of the Parliament in Central Africa, thanked the university administration for the good reception and hospitality, praising the role of the university in the dissemination of his delegation. Accompanied by Professor Musa Taha Tay Allah, Deputy Director of Scientific and Cultural Affairs, toured a number of the university's various facilities, where he visited the e-learning center and heard a detailed explanation of the role of the Government of Sudan in establishing peace in Central Africa. On the success of the project, he visited the media college and toured the international satellite studios and Radio Africa. At the end of the visit, the University honored His Excellency the President of the Parliament of the Central African Republic the University's Memorial Shield and a collection of university publications.