Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said here Wednesday that Sudan rejects US "double stance" toward the country, the official SUNA news agency reported.
In a meeting with visiting US Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick, Bashir denounced that Washington extends sanction against Khartoum while saying to support the peace process in Sudan.
Bashir was quoted as saying that the implementation of southern Sudan peace agreement would need international support of donations as well as a normal treatment from the countries sponsoring the peace process.
He, however, stressed his government's rejection to the intention of some individuals and groups in the US to seek partial lifting of the sanction against Sudan, or to fully lift the sanctions against southern Sudan only.
Bashir said he thinks that what is taking place in the US is meant to continue pressure on his country, though some circles in the US are keen to implement the peace and to normalized relations between the two countries.
He pledged his government's keenness to implement the peace agreement in full, adding that the Sudanese current government of national unity that "had been formed in consultation with the national political parties" is functioning in harmony.
Meanwhile, Bashir reaffirmed his government's commitment to a ceasefire agreement it signed with rebels in the country's western Darfur region.
Zoellick arrived here on Tuesday evening in a four-day visit to Sudan. It is his fourth visit to the African country this year.