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Khartoum welcomes US envoy if mission is ‘constructive’

Khartoum has dismissed charges that a US diplomat had been denied an entry visa and said the envoy would be welcome in Sudan as long as the mission was “constructive,” the foreign ministry said. US State Department spokesman Sean McCormack had said on September 29 that Sudan had placed restrictions on the travel of its diplomats outside the capital and that Andrew Natsios, a special envoy for Darfur named last month by US President George W. Bush, had also yet to be granted a visa to visit Sudan. Full Story

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