Sudan’s president visits Russia, tells Putin: ‘We need protection from the US’

Omar al-Bashir says Washington is responsible for ripping his country apart

(RT) – Sudan has reached an agreement with the Russian Defense Ministry on assistance in upgrading its armed forces, President Omar al-Bashir said at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday in Sochi.

Sudan finds the situation in the Red Sea worrisome, al-Bashir said, adding that “US interference in these affairs is also a problem,” TASS reports.

The Sudanese president said that US intervention was “to blame for Sudan’s split” into two states. 

As a result we need protection from aggressive actions by the US. We believe that what is happening in Syria now is an effect of US interference.”

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