UAE welcomes lifting of partial United States sanctions on Sudan

The new USA strategy for Sudan, to be revealed Friday, calls for a lifting of sanctions, which will allow Sudan to purchase sorely needed items such as tractors and parts, as well as attract investment.
U.S. looks to remove agriculture sanctions against SudanThe Obama administration has made progress in their attempt to lift a 20-year trade embargo against Sudan in a move that has angered human rights organizations.It is noteworthy that the SPLM-N, the Sudan Liberation Movement-Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM), and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) in October extended for six months the unilateral cessation of hostilities in Darfur, Blue Nile and south Kordofan they declared in October 2015 and April of this year.The easing of restrictions will provide a significant boost to the troubled Sudanese economy, but a number of sanctions will remain in place – as will Sudan’s ignominious position of sharing with Iran and Syria the USA designation of “state sponsor of terrorism”.Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was based in Khartoum from 1992 to 1996.

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Moreover, export restrictions and the arms embargo managed by the Commerce and State Departments remain in place, requiring licences for controlled goods, particularly in defense, software and technology.USA persons will no longer be prohibited from facilitating transactions between Sudan and third countries, to the extent previously prohibited by the SSR.”The Obama administration’s decision to “ease” sanctions is inexplicable”, said Leslie Lefkow of Human Rights Watch.Sudan has welcomed a United States decision to lift some economic sanctions against Khartoum as a positive and important development in relations with Washington. The United States layered on more sanctions in 2006 for what it said was complicity in the violence in Sudan’s Darfur region.