Two highly respected professors of the Republic of Sudan visited Hungary


Director of Khartoum University, Professor Ahmed Suleiman and the chief of International Affairs Department of the University, Professor Osheik AbuAsha Seidi visited Hungary in May 14-18.


State Minister for Security Policy and International Cooperation signed bilateral agreements in Sudan

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Minister of State for Security Policy and International Cooperation met with several Ministers in Sudan in December, where he signed agreements on agriculture, healthcare and education.  István Mikola highlighted: Hungary highly appreciates Sudan’s stability and the role it has played in slowing the wave of migration from Africa, and hopes this will continue in future.

Sudan establishes an Economical Joint Committee with Hungary

Sudanese Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour visited Budapest at the end of October to meet with the Hungarian State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Péter Szijjártó.

U.S. lifts two-decade economic embargo on Sudan

The United States on Friday fully lifted 20-year-old economic sanctions against Sudan citing positive actions on humanitarian access and counter terrorism.

“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 hostilities in conflict areas in Sudan, improve humanitarian access throughout Sudan, and maintain cooperation with the United States on addressing regional conflicts and the threat of terrorism,” said the States Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert in a press statement on Friday.

The decision to lift the sanctions and end an economic embargo comes after the Trump administration last month removed Sudan from the list of countries whose citizens are subject to travel restrictions. Sudan was the only country that was removed.

The US first imposed curbs on Sudan in 1997, including a trade embargo and asset freezes. It slapped on more sanctions in 2006, and before leaving office, former US president Barack Obama temporary eased the curbs, until finally he removed the sanctions completely, setting an October 12 deadline.

Te United Nations Country Team in Sudan recognizes all the collective efforts exerted by all parties, especially the Goverment of Sudan who in the past nine months has demonstrated through concrete progress the country’s interest in improving humanitarian access throughout the country. The UNTC will continue to promote international cooperation in the spirit of multilateralism to overcome any challenges facing Sudan while building ont he strides that have been taken by all sides so far.

„This is a historic decision that will pave the way for more inclusive economic development for Sudan’s people” welcomed the lifting of sanctions also the european countries.

This action came about through a focused, 16-month diplomatic effort to make progress with Sudan in these key areas.

The statement acknowledged Khartoum’s serious cooperation with the U.S. on a number of issues, saying Washington will continue efforts to improve bilateral relations with Sudan.

Hungarian agrarian delegation in Sudan

Dr. István Nagy, State Minister of Agriculture, was welcomed by the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry in Sudan in early May. The aim of the delegation was to strengthen the relationship between the two countries and to strengthen cooperation in the field of agriculture.


István Íjgyártó, the Hungarian Under-Secretary made an official visit to Khartoum

István Íjgyártó, the Hungarian Minister of State for Cultural and Science Diplomacy made an official visit to Khartoum

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