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Sudan has strongly rejected US justifications to renew sanctions for one more year. Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued, yesterday, a statement expressing its regret on US Administration decision to continue its unilateral sanctions imposed on Sudan. The statement considered the move as a clear violation to the international law. Sudan has reminded US about the international community’s stance in rejecting any unilateral sanctions, due to its illegality. That threatens the international law and to the rights of peoples in development. The statement added that unilateral sanctions threaten peace and social security, thus encouraging conflicts. This move came at the time that Sudan is continuing to realize stability and development at both regional and national levels via combating terrorism and human trafficking alongside cross borders crimes, continued the statement. Sudan is hosting refugees of neighboring countries, while US is discouraging these efforts by rene ...
The high number of movements participating in the national dialogue conference is a clear indication of the desire of everyone to turn the arm-conflicts page and opt for peace, leading to a national c
The Sudanese government and other forces participating in the national dialogue are keen to arrive at purely Sudanese solution to national issues, while other voices are calling for hold the dialogue
The armed opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO) under the leadership of former vice president, Riek Machar, said they applauded the publication of the recently relea