Khartoum ready for further dialogue with Washington to remove Sudan from terror list


Khartoum is ready to resume talks with Washington to remove Sudan from the U.S. terror list.

“The government is ready to start the second phase of dialogue with Washington to wipe Sudan off the list of states sponsoring terrorism,” Sudanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs Mohamed Abdalla Idris was quoted as saying, without a date set for that.

“The government is working for finalizing dialogue with the U.S. in accordance with proposed frameworks and set priorities,” he added.

Idris noted the government’s foreign moves are dedicating to prioritizing the removal of Sudan from the U.S. list of states sponsoring terrorism.