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Partnerships Key to Lasting Security and Stability

12:00 AM1/25/2021
Ambassador Andrew Young, deputy to the commander for Civil-Military Engagement, is greeted upon arrival in Sudan for a series of meetings with key military and government officials the week of Jan. 25, 2021. Young and U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg, U.S. Africa Command director of intelligence, conducted the trip following Sudan’s historic peace agreement signed on Oct. 3, 2020, to pursue new opportunities for U.S.-Sudanese partnership.
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Partnerships Key to Lasting Security and Stability

4:08 PM1/27/2021
Ambassador Andrew Young, deputy to the commander for Civil-Military Engagement, meets with Maj. Gen. Yassin Ibrahim Yassin during a series of meetings with key military and government officials the week of Jan. 25, 2021. Young and U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg, U.S. Africa Command director of intelligence, conducted the trip following Sudan’s historic peace agreement signed on Oct. 3, 2020, to pursue new opportunities for U.S.-Sudanese partnership.
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U.S. Africa Command senior leaders visit Sudan

10:06 AM1/28/2021
U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg, U.S. Africa Command director of intelligence, meets Maj. Gen. Osman Siraj, commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Fitness and Sports Directorate, before a series of meetings the week of Jan. 25, 2021. Siraj was the senior Sudanese defense official as part of the meetings, which included Deputy to the Commander for Civil-Military Engagement Ambassador Andrew Young, to discuss shared objectives including security and stability in East Africa.
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U.S. Africa Command senior leaders visit Sudan

10:21 AM1/28/2021
U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg, U.S. Africa Command director of intelligence, meets senior Sudanese officials of Sudan during a series of meetings the week of Jan. 25, 2021. “This week is a significant moment in the resumption of a relationship between our two countries, a relationship based on trust and a mutual commitment to ensuring peace and prosperity in Eastern Africa,” said Berg.
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U.S. Africa Command senior leaders visit Sudan

10:25 AM1/28/2021
U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg, U.S. Africa Command director of intelligence, meets senior Sudanese officials of Sudan during a series of meetings the week of Jan. 25, 2021. “This week is a significant moment in the resumption of a relationship between our two countries, a relationship based on trust and a mutual commitment to ensuring peace and prosperity in Eastern Africa,” said Berg.
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U.S. Africa Command senior leaders strengthen foundation of partnership with African countries

10:26 AM1/28/2021
A U.S. Africa Command delegation arrived in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Jan. 27, following a historic visit to Sudan Jan. 25-27.
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U.S. Africa Command visit concludes, sparks key discussions with Sudan, DRC

4:04 PM2/1/2021
Ambassador Andrew Young, deputy to the Commander for civil-military engagement and U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg engage with news media in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Young and Berg's engagements renewed partnerships and discussions centered on commonalities, shared values, mutual interests, and the need to strengthen regional capacity to address security challenges.
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U.S. Africa Command visit concludes, sparks key discussions with Sudan, DRC

4:06 PM2/1/2021
Ambassador Andrew Young, deputy to the Commander for civil-military engagement met with high-level Congolese military and civilian leaders, including President Felix Tshisekedi, Defense Minister Aime Ngoy Mukena, Deputy Minister of Defense Sylvain Mutombo, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the DRC Gen. Célestin Mbala Munsense and DRC general officers. Topics included ongoing professionalization of the military force, rule of law, protection of human rights, military justice, accountability, and promoting security and stability, among other subjects.
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U.S. Africa Command visit concludes, sparks key discussions with Sudan, DRC

4:06 PM2/1/2021
U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Heidi Berg discusses with Sudanese military senior leadership security threats in Africa and the need to improve coordination and information sharing between regional partners and the U.S.
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U.S. Africa Command visit concludes, sparks key discussions with Sudan, DRC

12:02 AM2/2/2021
Ambassador Andrew Young, deputy to the Commander for civil-military engagement, presents a gift on behalf of Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander, U.S. Africa Command, to Defense Minister Aime Ngoy Mukena Jan. 29. The U.S. Africa Command delegation and DRC government and military officials discussed a shared commitment to enhance cooperation, partnership, and the goal of building a more peaceful and prosperous DRC.
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USNS Carson City Arrives in Port Sudan

11:01 AM2/24/2021
This is the first U.S. Navy ship visit to Sudan since the creation of U.S. Africa Command, and highlights U.S. engagement that strives to build a partnership with the Sudanese Armed Forces.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:41 PM3/1/2021
The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:43 PM3/1/2021
The USS Winston Churchill arrived at Port Sudan on March 1, and was welcomed by an official reception from the Sudanese Naval Forces. The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:46 PM3/1/2021
The USS Winston Churchill arrived at Port Sudan on March 1, and was welcomed by an official reception from the Sudanese Naval Forces. The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:50 PM3/1/2021
The USS Winston Churchill arrived at Port Sudan on March 1, and was welcomed by an official reception from the Sudanese Naval Forces. The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:51 PM3/1/2021
The USS Winston Churchill arrived at Port Sudan on March 1, and was welcomed by an official reception from the Sudanese Naval Forces. The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:52 PM3/1/2021
The USS Winston Churchill arrived at Port Sudan on March 1, and was welcomed by an official reception from the Sudanese Naval Forces. The visit of the Winston Churchill falls on the heels of the visit of the USNS Carson City, which visited Port Sudan from Feb 24-26, as the first U.S. Navy ships to visit Sudan in at least 25 years.
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USS Winston S. Churchill conducts port visit to Sudan

3:53 PM3/1/2021
Sailors man the rails as the guided-missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) arrived in Port Sudan, Sudan for a scheduled port visit, March 1. Winston S. Churchill is deployed to the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of regional allies and partners and U.S. national security interests in Europe and Africa
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U.S. Africa Command visit concludes, sparks key discussions with Sudan, DRC

9:12 AM6/14/2021
The trip occurred during a critical time for Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo as both countries navigate paths toward democracy and civilian-led governments. Engagements renewed partnerships between the U.S. and these African nations and provided opportunities to discuss commonalities, shared values, pursue mutual interests, and strengthen the regional capacity of these nations to address security challenges.
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Cutlass Express 21 begins, aims to strengthen coalition to secure maritime domains

8:40 AM7/28/2021
CE 21 assesses and improves combined maritime law enforcement capacity and promotes national and regional security in East Africa.
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