Sudanese Finance Minister Gabriel Ibrahim revealed on Tuesday US support for Sudan at the Paris Conference next May. This came to a delegation from the US Congress, consisting of a member of the Foreign Relations Committee in Congress, Senator Chris Coons and Senator Chris Van Hollen.
Gabriel Ibrahim said in press statements in the ministry’s buildings that he discussed with the delegate the support of the American administration to Sudan in the Paris conference and the visit of the arrears in the International Monetary Fund, adding that the visit will push the Sudanese relations forward, noting that the US delegation confirmed its support for the recognized international borders.
” They have a role to play in the issue of the Grand Renaissance Dam and the issue of borders (6)And they assured us that they are with the recognized international borders)Happy to be with us at this time and they are very supportive of Sudan in the upcoming Pars conference And in removing the arrears of the International Monetary Fund to Sudan ” said Gabriel Ibrahim
For his part, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee in Congress, Senator Chris Kunz, said that the visit comes to express support for the transitional government and to continue the United States ’commitment to the $ 700 million in peace and help the Sudanese people.
“ We have just meet to discuss the ways in which Sudan is making a good progress deep progress In reentering the global financial system, getting forgiveness of all debts and getting resolution Of the challenges Sudan faces in terms of Sudan national investment We are excited and optimistic about the future of the minster has made strong decisions in terms of economy policy “ Coon added
Last April, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced the appointment of a veteran US diplomat and former United Nations official, Jeffrey Feltman, as a special envoy to the Horn of Africa.