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The Role of Private Sector in Sudanese Foreign Relations

The Global Relations Center has organized on 16 December 2015, its 7th session, “The Role of Private Sector in Sudanese Foreign Relations”-
The paper examines many points:
•    Darfur issue in the period after the 2005 Naivasha Agreement.
•    The formation of public opinion of the US and the West, by the Western media.
•    The complete blockage in the Sudanese-US relations and the disruption of communication at various levels (civil society, economic, scientific).
•    Apathy in the political relations between the two countries.
•    Unilateral US economic sanctions since 1997.
•    During the period of 2011 -2015 , the geo-political situation of Sudan has witnessed enormous change:

-    Secession of southern Sudan.
-    Arab Spring.
-    The escalation of the situation in the countries of the region (Syria, Iraq, Yemen, the Gulf region, Egypt and Libya.
-    US sanctions growing impacts on the economic situation in Sudan.
-    Huge fines imposed on international banks against dealing with Sudan.
-    A significant reduction of number of banks dealing with Sudan.
-    Transfer of exchange transactions from the banking system to the parallel market (black market).

 

 

The CTC Group was preparing for the visit of a delegation from the US Congress for a long time, in cooperation with the Humpty Dumpty Institute & American Institute Global Institute and HDI to facilitate the dialogue between the United States of America leaders and strategic partners around the world to coordinate the communication between the Congress and the United Nations. It is an independent and neutral advisory board made up of 33 Members of Congress. US International Institute (AGI) focuses on the development of trade and economic cooperation between the United States and the major developing countries by developing relations between the United States and the Arab world through economic development in the region.

Main objectives of the visit

-    To improve relations between the People of the two countries.

-    Emphasize the importance of continuous dialogue between the leaders of the two countries.

-    Provide an opportunity for the delegation to learn about government and the Sudanese People's institutions, as well as to exchange expertise to serve the common interests of the two countries.

-    To explain the dimensions and results of the unilateral economic sanctions imposed by the United States against Sudan and their impacts on various categories of Sudanese society.


Summary of the preliminary results of the visit:

- The statement of the US Secretary of State John Kerry in Paris, responding to a journalist's question about the steps made between the Sudanese and the US side in the last period where the minister replied that the US administration would review the situation of Sudan regarding the list of state sponsoring terrorism.

- The meeting of President Obama with members of the congressional delegation who visited Sudan to enlighten him about the visit, in addition to the telephone call made by Dr. Sadiq Khalaf Allah, praising this step.

- The meeting of the congressional delegation that visited Sudan with the delegate of the United States at the United Nations.

Issuance of a license from the Office of the OFAC, for the provision of maintenance and spare parts to GE Company as response to the request made by one of the members of the visiting delegation for the maintenance of the devices inside Khartoum center for breast care. 

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