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Hamdok: Friends of Sudan will Meet in Khartoum for the First Time

Khartoum, Dec. 8 (SUNA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, announced that Khartoum will host for the first time the meeting of the Friends of Sudan in the coming period, explaining that this meeting is a partnership and will helps to lay down new bases of understanding on issues and working together. At a press conference he held Sunday at Khartoum Airport upon his return from the United States, Dr. Hamdok said that the goals of his visit to the United States included improving the relations between the two countries, lifting sanctions and writing off the debts, indicating that the issue of debt exemption is linked to the lifting of sanctions will help Sudan enter into new partnerships with the international community and enabling the country to cross an era of safety.
He The Prime Minister stated that Sudan is seeking to reach an acceptable agreement with the US administration on the issue of compensations to protect the Sudanese state from any claims or other ensuing issues prior to the lifting of sanctions.


Hamdok and EU Delegation Discuss Efforts to Achieve Peace

Khartoum, Oct. 30 (SUNA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, Wednesday evening received the visiting delegation of the European Union, which was headed by the EU Deputy Secretary General for External Action, Jean Christophe.The meeting discussed the cooperation between Sudan and the European Union in different fields and ways of support to the ongoing efforts of the transitional government for cessation of war and realizing peace and stability in the country.

European Union Extends 466 Million Euros in Support to Sudan

Khartoum, Oct. 30 (SUNA) – The Foreign Minister, Asma Mohamed Abdalla, Wednesday received a delegation of the European Union and briefed them on the priorities of the transitional government, which are represented in the realization of peace and enhancing the economic conditions, a matter that necessitate support from the international community, lifting the restrictions imposed on Sudan and removing Sudan from the list of states sponsoring terrorism, affirming the importance of the EU support to Sudan.
The European Union delegation affirmed its support to Sudan, announcing that European Union countries will provide grants to Sudan amounting to 200 million euros and will be followed by 141 million euros, as well as 100 million euros and 25 million euros in the form of humanitarian aid.
He pointed out that they will study the needs of Sudan at the current stage and will coordinate with the competent authorities to support development projects in the country, indicating that the European Union will coordinate with international financial institutions to support Sudan to meet the urgent needs and to support the Sudanese economy.
 The European Union urged the transitional government to exert efforts to boost Sudan reintegration into the international community and to help removing Sudan from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism, asserting its assistance to normalize Sudan’s relations with international financial and economic institutions to enable the transitional government to address Sudan economic challenges.
The European Union has described as historic the political developments in Sudan, stating that the Sudanese people’s peacefulness has become a source of inspiration to other peoples in the world, therefore the European Union countries aim to support the civilian government and to identify its current and future needs.

Cabinet of Sudan Takes Oath

Khartoum, Sep. 8 (SUNA) – The Transitional Cabinet, (18) ministries, took oath Sunday before the Chairman of Sovereignty Council, Lt. Gen, Abdul-Fatfah Al-Burhan, and the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdallah Hamdok.
The Minister of Culture and Information, Faisal Mohamed Salih, stated that the ministries held a joint meeting after the oath taking with the Chairman and members of the Sovereignty Council, indicating that the meeting was held in a spirit of accord and the willingness for joint work

Hamdok Greets Martyrs and Injured of the Revolution

Khartoum, Sept.5 (SUNA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok has greeted the martyrs, the wounded and those who reported missing during the Sudanese Revolution.
Dr. Hamdok affirmed in the press conference he held, Thursday, on the announcement of the formation of the Transitional government, that the representation of woman is considered a priority.
He affirmed that the living condition of the people based on the states institutions’s production and creation of Sudanese national project.

بيان الأمانة العامة لجامعة الدول العربية بمناسبة اليوم العالمي للمهاجر

Agreement on all most Outstanding Issues Reached with Revolutionary Front

Khartoum, Sept. 11 (SUNA)- The delegation of the government and the Revolutionary Front have agreed in talks at Juba, the capital of South Sudan on all most the outstanding issues between them.

The Advisor of South Sudan State, Tut Galwak, affirmed that the two parties have neared to reaching a comprehensive peace, explaining that the two parties are engaged in two-day serious talks, which have tackled the root causes of problem after arrival the delegation of the Transitionall Sovereign Council led by the Lt. Gen Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

Tut said that the expected agreement will represent common paper for negotiation with the delegation of the People’s Movement – North Sector, led by Abdul-Aziz Al-Hillo.


World Gum Arabic Conference to be held on October 30 in Khartoum

Khartoum, Sept. 11 (SUNA) – The Minister of Industry and Trade Madani Abbas Madani has announced the convening of the World Gum Arabic Conference in Khartoum on October 30 under the auspices of the UNCTAD with the international, African and local participation. The minister underlined, during the regular meeting of the steering committee of the conference at the ministry buildings Wednesday, the importance of holding the conference, which is the second of its kind to held by the United Nations in Sudan since independence. Abbas added that the conference wass an opportunity to redefine Sudan differently as a country linked to production and development, praising the steps taken by the High Committee and the sub-committees in preparation for the conference, pointing out that the committees started their work since January 2019 and completed the preparations in a well manner. “The ministry expects wide participation of the world countries and the redefinition of Sudan in a new way; Sudan of revolution and development which we all dream of,” he said


إجراءات شروط القبول للشهادات الأجنبية بمؤسسات التعليم العالي السودانية

US sanctions lifted from Sudan.

The People and Government of Sudan welcome the positive resolution taken by H.E. the United States President Donald Trump on 6th October to permanently lift the United States sanctions on Sudan. Read more

H.E. Ambassador Mohamed
Abdalla Idris

Sudan Embassy, London

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History of Embassy
Established on : June 1956

First Ambassador : HE Awad Satti

The Sudanese Embassy in London A Short History of a Long and enduring Friendship Sudan declared independence peacefully after a vote in parliament on 19 December 1955 .