Khartoum on December 14, US Secretary of state Pompeo confirmed in a state Department statement on December 14 that Sudan has been officially removed from the US “supporting country” list, saying that this represents a fundamental change in bilateral relations between the two countries. < / P > < p > the US embassy in Sudan issued a statement on Facebook on the same day, saying that the US president’s decision to remove Sudan from the list of “terrorism supporting countries” will take effect from December 14. < p > < p > chairman of the Sudan sovereignty Council Burhan tweeted on the same day that the US government’s removal of Sudan from the list of “terrorist countries” has improved the chances of prosperity and success for Sudan and its people, and will contribute to the democratic transition of the country. < / P > < p > US President trump said on October 19 that Sudan has agreed to pay US $335 million to the victims and their families in the United States, and the US side will remove Sudan from the list of “terrorism supporting countries” of the US State Department after receiving the money. The U.S. White House said in a statement on October 23 that the transitional government of Sudan has transferred $335 million in compensation to a third-party account opened for victims and their families in the United States on October 22. Trump has officially informed Congress of his decision to remove Sudan from the US list of “terrorism supporting countries.”. In 1993, the U.S. government included Sudan in the list of “terrorism supporting countries” and imposed economic sanctions on Sudan since 1996. In October 2017, the United States announced the lifting of economic sanctions against Sudan, but still put Sudan on the list of “terrorism supporting countries”. After the establishment of the transitional government of Sudan in 2019, it has been seeking to remove Sudan from the US list of “terrorism supporting countries”.