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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Ghandour Expects Removing Sudan from Terrorism List

Khartoum - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revealed that the second phase of the Sudanese-American dialogue would start shortly, expecting that it would culminate in

removing the name of Sudan from US list of states sponsoring terrorism.
The Ministry announced that the Seventh Conference of Sudanese Ambassadors would be convened Monday, noting that the leadership of the state would meet with the ambassadors and the concerned ministers at the headquarters of the ministry to deliberate on the issues that concern the Sudan pertinent to the national security.
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Abdul-Ghani Al-Naiem has said the two sides would meet and agreement would be reached on new tracks the set what is required from each side in the second phase of the Sudanese-American dialogue.
He affirmed that work would proceed according to the previous approach, noting that agreement has not yet been reached on the components of the coming phase, however, he added, each side knows what is required from it.
Ambassador Al-Naiem said in a press conference at the premises of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thursday that the conference would focus besides the economic issues on the issues of national security, saying that there are numerous conflict areas that have direct effects on security besides internal issues.