The European Union welcomes Sudan's removal from the Terror List

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Joseph Borrell has welcomed the U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to remove Sudan from terror- sponsoring countries. 

Borrell said :'' the intention declared by the U.S. to remove Sudan from the terror -sponsoring countries has a big significance''. Adding in a tweet on the social media websites ''this step consolidates Sudan's integration into the international community and engaging in the global economy. The EU completely backs the transitional process in Sudan.

Earlier on Monday, the U.S. President Donald Trump had tweeted that ''the new government of Sudan, that makes big process, agreed to pay 335 U.S. million dollars, for the American victims of terror and their families, adding :''as soon the amount is paid, Sudan's name would be removed from the terror -sponsoring countries. After a long period of time, justice is being done for the American people, and Sudan has proceeded forward''.   

Observers believe that the American acceptance is just a beginning from Sudanese part to establish diplomatic relations with Israel.

In 1993, Sudan was enlisted in the American terror -sponsoring countries, on which, it has undergone economic sanctions, on the background of Al-Qaeda's'' blowing up of the U.S. embassies in both Kenya and Tanzania that took the lives of 224 people and wounding about another 5000 at a time when Al-Qaeda's leader Osama Bin Laden was residing in Sudan, at the reign of the deposed president Omar Al-Bashir.


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