Sudan eyes debt relief after lifting from US sponsors of terrorism list

Sudan's removal from a US list of state sponsors of terrorism will open the door for the African country to get relief of its external debt worth $60 billion, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Monday.
Hamdok spoke on state television after US President Donald Trump said the United States would remove Sudan from the list, which has been a major hurdle for Sudan to tap international institutions.

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