Khartoum welcomes US decision to remove Sudan from travel ban list
Sudan on Monday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to remove Sudan from travel ban list to United States of America.
We consider this move as "an important positive development in the bilateral relations between the Sudan and the united states of America," said Sudan foreign Ministry in a statement.
On Sunday the white house renewed the travel restriction list on 5 Muslim countries which are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, but dropped Sudan.
Trump added Three New countries to the list including Chad, North Korea and Venezuela.
Senior administration officials said reportedly a review of Sudan's cooperation with the U.S. government on national security and information-sharing showed it was appropriate to remove them from the list.
It’s “a natural result for a long and frank dialogue and joint efforts carried out by numerous competent institutions and a close cooperation between the two countries” said Sudan foreign Ministry.
Khartoum further vowed to exert more efforts with the American administration to normalize the bilateral relations.