Arab League Regrets US Administration’s Refuse to Lift Sanctions Imposed on Sudan

The Arab League has expressed its regret over the American administration’s decision not to lift its unilateral sanctions imposed on the Republic of Sudan finally and to suspend the lifting these sanctions until October 12, 2017.
In a statement, the Arab League’s spokesman, Mahmoud Afifi, said that the Arab League has expected Washington to lift the sanctions imposed on Sudan finally by the end of the era of the former President Barak Obama early this year 2017.
He reiterated the Arab League’s firm position on rejection of the imposition of these sanctions, reminding with the contacts made by the League’s Secretary General, Ahmed Abu-Ghait, with the American side for lifting the sanctions imposed on Sudan without delay.