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Sudanese Prime Minister and US National Security Advisor exchanged bilateral commitments


Khartoum, 25 September 2021 (TDI): The Prime Minister of Sudan, Abdalla Hamdok, received a phone call from Jacob Jeremiah Sullivan, the National Security Advisor of the US President.

The National Security Advisor Jacob Jeremiah Sullivan reiterated the administration’s unwavering commitment to assisting the transition of the democratic system led by the civilians.

In addition to adhering to the Constitution, Political Agreement, and Juba Agreement for Peace, National Security Advisor Jacob Jeremiah Sullivan, and Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok agreed that the government must continue implementing measures that deepen economic stability, justice, and accountability, security arrangements, and the peace process. Furthermore, both sides had also agreed on the transitional phases of government stability in achieving various historical gains, importantly, for the people of Sudan. Therefore, both sides have expressed their commitment to normalizing Sudanese relations with the regional and international community.

National Security Advisor, Jacob Jeremiah Sullivan also expressed US President Joe Biden’s aspiration of meeting with Sudan’s government.

Moreover, Jake Sullivan, President’s National Security Advisor also indicated that Jeffrey Feltman, Special Envoy of US for the Horn of Africa, will be in Sudan next week and show the support of the US for the process of civilian-led transition.

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