December 16, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese ministry of foreign affairs said on Sunday that normalizing ties with the United States (U.S.) is not one of the country’s priorities at the moment, suggesting it is a hopeless pursuit given Washington’s vulnerability to lobby groups hostile to Khartoum.
The ministry’s official spokesperson Al-Obaid Adam Marawih told the pro-government daily Akhbar Al-Yawm that Sudan’s position on normalizing ties with the U.S. remain clear and unchanged. He (...)
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