The United States has relieved the African nation of Sudan of its list of terrorist countries

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The United States has removed Sudan from its list of state-sponsored terrorists. Sudan was added to the list by the United States in 1 Sud 199 in.

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    December 1, 2020, 4: 7: 4 pm IST

Washington. The United States has removed Sudan from its list of state-sponsored terrorists. It is believed that the United States gave the gift to Sudan in exchange for political recognition of Israel. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed the notice Monday, giving it legal recognition. The U.S. embassy in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, said the 45-day deadline for U.S. congressional notices had expired and had been signed by the foreign minister. This order has been implemented from today. It will now have to be published in the Federal Register. Please tell, whats the story of them big puppys ….. The United States was involved.

In October, Sudan announced the resumption of diplomatic relations with Israel. US President Donald Trump is said to have a big hand in putting the agreement into practice. Earlier, due to Trump’s mediation, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain also established diplomatic relations with Israel. It is said that because of this friendship, the United States has given great relief to Sudan.

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Sudan’s interim government last month signed a peace deal with several terrorist groups that killed millions in the long civil war. In this regard, US President Donald Trump announced that Washington would remove Sudan from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism.