US sanctions against Sudan lifted for paying $335m - MellonPost
November 29, 2020

US sanctions against Sudan lifted for paying $335m

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The US sanctions against Sudan lifted for paying $335m

The US president Donald Trump had earlier on in a tweet applauded the new Sudan government for agreeing to pay the United States Terror victims and families.

The president in reciprocation to the agreement had noted that once the payment hit the US. governments account, that the country will be removed from the US. list of States Sponsors of Terrorism and it will regain its benefits of continued relationship with the US.

The payment was noted to be $335m which will be to appease the United States Terror victims and families for grief caused by Sudan after being accused of sponsorring Terrorism.

If this arrangement goes through, it will now remain North Korea, Iran and Syria in the list.

Some critics have noted that the move was politically motivated, as the president want to use it to score cheap points for the upcoming presidential elections which is just a few days away.

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