U.S. Govt Urged to Remove Sudan from List of Terror Sponsors

The request was made by Sudan Foreign Ministry's Acting Undersecretary Omer Dahab during a meeting in Khartoum with the U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan Donald Booth. The United States started imposing sanctions on Sudan in 1997 and has been listing it as one of the countries sponsoring terrorism since 1993.

U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan, Ambassador Donald Booth, meets Sudan’s Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Ambassador Omer Dahab in Khartoum.

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