Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize relations

Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize relations

Now the parties will discuss the details of aspects of further interaction, the White House said.

Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize relations. This was announced by the deputy secretary of the White House, Judd Deere on Friday, October 23.

According to him, US President Donald Trump announced the normalization of relations between Sudan and Israel. The parties will now discuss the details of various aspects of interaction.

Earlier today, Trump asked Congress to remove Sudan from the list of terrorism financing countries.

Recall that earlier Israel and Bahrain established diplomatic relations. Bahraini Foreign Minister expressed hope for “fruitful bilateral cooperation in all areas” and peace in the region, including the resolution of the conflict between Israel and Palestine.

Also, Israel and the UAE have established a visa-free regime. Representatives of both countries put their signatures on the documents at Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv.

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