U.S. Envoy's Visit to Sudan Seen as Sign of Thaw in Relations

A U.S. diplomat's visit to Sudan, part of a six-nation African tour, is being seen as a sign of thawing U.S.-Sudanese relations following the military's ouster of Omar al-Bashir as president last April, writes Naba Mohiedeen in Voice of America.

Assistant Secretary for Africa Tibor Nagy speaks at a breakout session on Addressing Challenges to Religious Freedom in sub-Saharan Africa at the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom at the U.S. Department of State in Washington D.C. on July 17, 2019.


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