WASHINGTON, March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Addressing US media in National Press Club, Washington DC, the Speaker of the Sudanese Parliament, Prof. Ibrahim Ahmed Omer, called on US Administration to lift Sudan's name from the list of the countries sponsoring terrorism, adding that Sudan is fully cooperative in counterterrorism. Omer expressed his discontent over the "travel ban" but he confirmed that U.S.-Sudan dialogue and cooperation will continue. The Speaker held talks with the U.S. Congressmen during 7-day visit to U.S.
Media attended news brief includes SkyNews, Al-Hurra, Jazeera, BBC, Washington Informer, American Media Institute AMI, and Center for Media and Peace Initiatives CMPI. Joseph Hammond wrote a report to AMI "Sudan Reopens For U.S. Businesses," he said that Sudan after decades of Chinese and Arab investment is once again open for U.S. businesses. He quoted the Speaker, "If we could find investment from the U.S. that would be the best possible source of investment in our country." Pete Cousté wrote "Sudanese Speaker calls U.S. relations Its Top Priority." Leaders of NNPA Benjamin F. Chavis and Denise Rolark attended the meeting and commented to SUNA. Contributors and writers wrote several articles calling for a new chapter in U.S.-Sudan relations. Two specialists on Africa attended the meeting, Dr. Uchenna Ekwo and Lawrence Freeman.
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