The US Charge d'Affaires in Sudan, Steven Koutsis announced that the execution of revocation of sanctions imposed on Sudan would start as of tomorrow , Tuesday, indicating that the decision came as result to talks between Sudan and the United States that lasted for months as well as to noticeable progress made by Government of Sudan with regard to Darfur conflict, a humanitarian assistance in the Two Areas and counter terrorism.
The National Congress Political Sector has commended the efforts exerted by the institutions, the sisterly and friendly countries, regional and international institutions and the national private sector for their contributions concerning lifting of economic sanctions imposed on Sudan.
The NC Political Sector meeting chaired by Ibrahim Mahmud Hammed has called for the continuation of efforts, at all levels, to complete the procedures for lifting Sudan's name from the list of the countries sponsoring-terrorism.
The Ambassador of Britain to Sudan, Michael Aron, has welcomed the US administration's decision lifting the sanctions imposed on Sudan.
He described the US administration's decision as a positive step for the interest of the Sudanese people, stressing that Sudan government shall avail itself the opportunity for cancellation of the sanctions by focusing on the continuous positive practices.
Ambassador Aron has affirmed the importance of agreement between Sudan government, the opposition and the armed movements on implementation of the road-map of the African Union, stressing that Sudan is needy for peace and development.
It is to be recalled that the British government has welcomed the US administration's decision cancelling the economic sanctions imposed on Sudan.
The British Minister of African and Middle East Affairs has declared his welcome of the American decision, stressing that Sudan government shall work for cessation of the war and entry of the humanitarian aid.
The Assistant of the President of the Republic, Brigadier, Abdul Rahman Sadig Al-Mahdi has affirmed the strong relations linking Sudan to Egypt.
This came when Al-Mahdi received, at his office, Monday, the Egyptian Assistant Foreign Minister for Sudan and South Sudan, Ambassador Ahmed Fadl Yagoub.