Sudan continue to improve the relations with Washington, while strengthening ties with other partners, according to a US intelligence community report released on Jan. 29 on worldwide threat assessment.
The report stated “Khartoum, despite facing anti-government protests over its poor economic situation is committed to pursuing efforts to improve its relationship with the United States and wants to be removed from the US State Sponsors of Terrorism List.”
The report also notes that “Sudan also will strengthen ties to other partners-including Russia and Turkey-in an effort to diversify its partnerships and improve its economic situation.”
Director of National Intelligence Daniel R. Coats presented the Worldwide Threat Assessment and outlined the most significant global security threats facing the nation in this report.
The worldwide threat Assessment report is issuing annually and covers all countries of the world in terms of threats.