After the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the Arab country Sudan is going to normalize relations with Israel. Saudi daily Ashraf al-Aswat quoted Sudanese officials as saying. The issue has been raised in a report in the Middle East Monitor.
A recent high-level meeting between the United States and the Sudanese government was held in Abu Dhabi, the source was quoted as saying. At that meeting, Sudan agreed to normalize relations with Israel. In contrast, the United States will remove Sudan from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism. In addition, it will receive ₹ 600 million in financial support from Washington.
Sudan’s interim government first confirmed its support for the Arab-Israeli peace talks. He said that this path is considered the path of peace in the Arab world.
The source told the Saudi newspaper that the American delegation had several contacts with US President Donald Trump and his advisor Jared Kushner during the meeting.
Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the chairman of the Supreme Authority of Sudan, has met with the cabinet to discuss the issue. However, the ruling Ummah Party and the Communist Party have opposed normalizing relations with Israel.