Sanctions Revoked Following Sustained Positive Action by the Government of Sudan

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson STATEMENT BY SPOKESPERSON HEATHER NAUERT October 6, 2017 Today, the United States decided to revoke economic sanctions with respect to Sudan and the Government of Sudan under Executive Orders 13067 and 13412, in recognition of the Government of Sudan’s sustained positive actions to maintain a cessation of ...
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System Maintenance Notice

Due to system maintenance the following mailboxes will be down starting at 4:30 PM (local time) on Monday August 14, 2017 until 8:00 AM (local time) on Thursday August 17, 2017: KhartoumCongressional@state.gov KhartoumConsular@state.gov KhartoumNIV@state.gov KhartoumIV@state.gov KhartoumV92V93@state.gov KhartoumACS@state.gov For urgent inquiries please send an email to KhartoumConsularTemporary@state.gov . Please resume use of the regular mailboxes on Thursday August 17, 2017 as the temporary ...
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Visit To Khartoum By Deputy To The Commander For Civil-Military Engagement Ambassador Alexander Laskaris

August 7, 2017 MEDIA NOTE VISIT TO KHARTOUM BY DEPUTY TO THE COMMANDER FOR CIVIL-MILITARY ENGAGEMENT AMBASSADOR ALEXANDER LASKARIS The Deputy to the Commander for Civil-Military Engagement, United States Africa Command (AFRICOM), Ambassador Alexander M. Laskaris, will visit Khartoum, August 8-9 to meet with senior military, political, and government leadership to discuss areas of cooperation ...
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THE U.S. EMBASSY ON THE SITUATION IN JEBEL MARRA

Khartoum, Sudan – The United States is concerned about the alarming malnutrition rates and deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Jebel Marra region of Darfur where the lives of thousands of children and vulnerable adults are at stake. Recent nutrition screenings and surveys show critical levels of severe acute malnutrition indicating a complex humanitarian crisis that ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Confirmed Cases of Cholera in Sudan

United States Embassy Khartoum, Sudan Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Confirmed Cases of Cholera in Sudan June 1, 2017 The U.S. Embassy in Khartoum informs U.S. citizens that there are confirmed reports of cholera cases in some areas of Sudan, including the greater Khartoum metropolitan area, that have resulted in fatalities. This is a reminder ...
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U.S. Embassy staff commemorates fallen colleagues

U.S. Embassy Charge d ‘affairs Steven Koutsis and embassy staff gathered for a moment of silence to commemorate colleagues who sacrificed and lost their lives serving the United States. Each year on the first Friday of May, the Department of State observes Foreign Affairs Day, recognizing employees of foreign affairs agencies and their dedication and ...
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Chargé d’Affaires Celebrates Former U.S. Embassy Employee’s Years of Service

Chargé d’Affaires Steven Koutsis visited former U.S. Embassy employee Hassan Idris who served U.S. Embassy Khartoum for 43 years (1958 to 2002) as driver to previous Chargé d’Affaires. During the visit, Chargé d’Affaires Steven Koutsis viewed several photos and memorabilia during Mr. Idris’ time at the U.S. Embassy. Koutsis thanked him for his years of ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Promotes Education in Sinnar

U.S. Embassy Khartoum’s Deputy Chief of Mission Benjamin Moeling visited Sinnar State October 12-13. During his trip, U.S. Embassy Khartoum donated a library to Al-Humaira Basic School for Girls in Wad Alnayal. In demonstration of our commitment to education, the library will be shared by other primary schools in the surrounding community. DCM Moeling also ...
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Embassy Participates in Ramadan Food Drive while Promoting Disability Rights

U.S. Embassy Khartoum was honored to participate in the Physical Disability Challengers’ annual Ramadan food handout on June 5. Disability Challengers advocates for people with disabilities through capacity building and public awareness. Staff passed out bags of food, and the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum donated books to the children. Special thank you to this wonderful ...
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