Millions of dollars package for Sudan on relations with Israel

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok welcomes US Treasury Secretary Steven Manuchehr

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok welcomes US Treasury Secretary Steven Manuchehr

Khartoum … News Time

Sudan and the United States have signed an agreement that paves the way for a rapprochement between Sudan and Israel. At the same time, the agreement will enable Sudan to obtain more loans from the World Bank. Washington and Khartoum signed the embarrassing Ibrahimi agreement on Wednesday. To that end, US Secretary of the Treasury Steve Manouche visited Sudan and signed the agreement. Earlier, the United States removed Sudan from its blacklist of countries supporting terrorism. The agreement is the result of efforts by Sudan’s current interim government to establish closer ties with the United States. After the fall of President Omar al-Bashir’s government in April 2019, the military seized power, and the interim government in Sudan included the people’s leadership. Sudan’s interim government has sought to improve relations with the United States. Along with the agreement, an aid package was also agreed, under which the World Bank promised Sudan a financial package of 10 million dollars annually. On the occasion, the US Secretary of the Treasury said that this is a very important agreement. It will have a significant impact on the people of Israel and Sudan. They will be able to continue working to take advantage of cultural, economic and trade opportunities.

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