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Sudan agrees to normalize relations with Israel -report

The report indicated that the formal and public announcement on the normalization of relations is expected to take place in the next few days.

Sudan has reportedly agreed to fully normalize relations with Israel, an initial report by Israel Hayom stated late Wednesday night. 

 

According to Israel Hayom, the only mainstream outlet to publish the report so far, a political source involved in the diplomatic talks between Zionist regime and Sudan confirmed that the countries will be normalizing relations very soon.

 

The report indicated that the formal and public announcement on the normalization of relations is expected to take place in the next few days, following an expected phone call between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Sudan, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

 

Earlier on Wednesday, both Regional Cooperation Minister Ofir Akunis and Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen said that they believed Israel was close to normalizing ties with Sudan.

 

"I have a reasonable basis to believe that the announcement will come before Nov. 3 - that, if you'll permit me, is what I understand from my sources," Akunis told Israel's Army Radio.

 

Akunis said several countries were candidates to normalize relations with Israel but did not name them, saying that it was customary to let the first official word come from Washington.

 

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that the US had begun the process of removing Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism, although he could not yet specify an exact timing for completing the move.




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