Egypt and Sudan sign landmark agriculture agreements | Nubia; daily life and cultural heritage |

Egypt and Sudan signed three agricultural agreements on Thursday aimed at resolving conflicts among Nile Basin countries.

The agreements were signed by Egypt's Central Agricultural Cooperative Union (CACU) and its Sudanese counterpart. The two countries agreed to establish a joint company to cultivate land, and launch the first farmer's union for Nile Basin nations.

The agreements are intended to expand to include nine other countries in the region in the coming years.