What we’re tracking this week
Sudan’s ambassador to Egypt Abdel Mahmoud Abdel Halim will return to Cairo tomorrow, Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour tells Reuters. Abdel Halim had been recalled “for consultations” in January amid souring ties between the two countries over disputes in sovereignty over the Halayeb Triangle and “Egyptian suspicions of a Sudan-Turkey naval agreement,” the newswire notes. Sudan Tribune also has the story.
The 2018 international Sustainable Industrial Areas (SIA) International Conference is taking place in Egypt this year on Tuesday at the Nile Ritz Carlton. The gathering is being held under the auspices of the Trade and Industry Ministry in partnership between the East Port Said Development Company. More than 400 delegates are now registered to attend, c. 100 of whom will be arriving from outside Egypt.
Verdict coming in anti-Uber, Careem lawsuit: The Administrative Court will issue a verdict on 20 March in the case filed by 42 taxi drivers demanding that local operations for ride-hailing services Uber and Careem be shut down.