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The United States (US) has officially removed Sudan from the sponsors of the terror blacklist. This information was given in the report of the BBC.
The US blacklisted Sudan as state sponsors of terror in 1993. Now the United States has removed Sudan from the blacklist under the agreement.
According to the agreement, Sudan has paid $335 million to the United States for the victims of the terrorist attack. At the same time, they have agreed to normalize relations with Israel.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also said the decision to remove Sudan’s name from the state’s blacklist on terrorism took effect on Monday.
The removal of the name from the blacklist paved the way for Sudan to receive international funding.
The United States blacklisted Sudan in 1993 for allegedly harboring militants, including al-Qaeda.
In 1998, Al-Qaeda bombed the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. More than 220 people were killed in the attack. Sudan paid compensation for the incident.
Sudan suffers greatly from being blacklisted. Sudan has been trying for years to get out of this list.
The country was eventually released from the blacklist in exchange for huge compensation and a rapprochement with Israel.