Sudan Reacts to Trump’s Restrictive Immigration Executive Order

Sudan has strongly reacted to Trump’s restrictive immigration executive order. Sudan’s foreign affairs ministry on Sunday summoned United States envoy Steven Koutsis to protest about the order.

President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning people from seven countries from entering U.S.

Sudan was among the seven mainly Muslim country touched by the order. Others countries include, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Syria and Yemen.

According to Trump, the measures are aimed at fighting radical Islamist terrorists.

The executive order also prohibits all refugees, irrespective of their origin, from entering the U.S. for 120 days and for an indefinite period for Syrian refugees.

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