Sudan's Prime Minster Abdalla Hamdok urged the UN to remove his country from the terror sponsor list during a pre-recorded address presented at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on Saturday.
«Sudan's name should be removed from the list of countries that are sponsoring terrorism, Sudan has returned to the international fold after 30 years outside it. This must happen. But we need the assistance and the support in order to be able to do so,» He said.
The Sudanese leader went on the praise the efforts of the United States for assisting them on the matter.
«We condemn terrorist attacks. We actively cooperate with international and bilateral efforts to fight terrorism and terrorism financing, we are doing this, through our commitment to international resolutions and the relevant Security Council resolutions,» he added.