Washington, DC – President Donald J Trump has informed Congress of his intention to formally rescind Sudan’s designation as state sponsor of terrorism
This follows Sudan’s recent deal to settle some claims of US terror victims and their families Yesterday, under that deal, the transitional government of Sudan transferred $ 335 million to an escrow account for these victims and their families
By finally bringing justice to the American people, President Trump was able to achieve what previous presidents could not do – resolving the long-standing claims of victims of the African embassy bombings in South Africa. ‘East, the attack on the USS Cole and the murder of the USAID Employee John Granville This is a significant achievement for the President and his administration and brings closure to many people whom it has long been beyond reach.
Today represents a momentous step forward in bilateral relations between the United States and Sudan and marks a watershed moment for Sudan, enabling a new future of collaboration and support for its historic and ongoing democratic transition
We commend the transitional government of Sudan for its work in charting a new course and we stand ready to support the Sudanese people in their efforts to build a better future for themselves and future generations. It is essential that Congress act now to pass the legislation required for the American people to quickly realize the full benefits of this political breakthrough
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– Statement by the press officer on Sudan
– Sudan: Trump announces formal lifting of sanctions against Sudan