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Prime Minister Affirms Keenness to Develop Relations with US 

Khartoum, May 5(SUNA)-The Prime Minister, Dr Abdalla Hamdouk, has reiterated  Sudan’s resolve  to consolidate and develop   the Sudan-US relations in a way that serves interests of the two countries , expressing appreciation to efforts being exerted  by the United States  on  economic and political files  and stressing necessity of the US Continuation  in its  effective and positive role towards  situation sin the region.

This came  when  he met at his office Tuesday  a US Congress delegation headed by the member of the Foreign Relations Committee at the US Senate, Senator Christopher Cunz, and  Senator Chris Van Hollen of Maryland.

Foreign Minister, Dr Mariam Al Sadiq said that Dr Hamdouk briefed the delegation  on arrangements being  made by the transitional government  after  signing of Juba Peace Agreement  and its endeavors  to meet requirements  of the transitional period  towards democracy, completion of the structures of the transitional power , efforts being made by the government to  address the economic situations , noting that the meeting  discussed the regional  developments  including   the Renaissance Dam  and  necessity of  reaching a binding and  legal agreement between the three countries.

She  stated  that the delegation  underscored  concern of the US administration  with developments in Sudan  and its determination to enhance relations of bilateral cooperation, commending progress being made by the government  in a number of local and international dossiers.

The Prime Minister  held iftar at his home for the guests  during which he thanked them for  efforts they exerted during the past periods  to develop relations between the two countries  which resulted in revocation  of  Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list and  for they  stand as  two friends  for our people  during  this historic and implicated  transition towards  democracy and  peace.


Source: SUNA

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