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Sudan says ready to work with US to get off terror list

SUDAN on Thursday welcomed a US announcement that Washington was willing to remove Khartoum from its blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism and said it was ready to cooperate.
The announcement came after talks on Tuesday in Washington between US Deputy John Sullivan and Sudanese Foreign Minister Al-Dierdiry Ahmed.
The Sudanese foreign ministry said the talks marked the"launching of the second phase of the strategic dialogue with the United States" aimed at bolstering"bilateral cooperation" between the two countries and achieving"progress in a number of fields of mutual concern".
A statement said Sudan"welcomes" these talks and the US announcement that it was"ready to engage in a process to remove Sudan from a list of state sponsors of terrorism" in stages.
The statement stressed Sudan's"readiness to engage" in steps aimed at"reaching the aspired goals".

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