Baaghi TV: Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk is ready to restore normal relations with Israel after approval by the interim parliament (which has not yet been formed). Two Sudanese government sources told Reuters on Thursday.
This statement is a clear indication that Hamdouk is ready to think about establishing relations between Sudan and Israel.
However, this development will not be possible in the near future, as the formation of parliament has not yet taken place due to the power-sharing agreement between the Sudanese army and the civilians. Since the fall of ousted President Omar al-Bashir’s government in April 2019, the military and civilians have been running Sudan’s national affairs. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed hope that Sudan would soon recognize Israel. Meanwhile, the United States has launched an operation to remove Sudan from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism. According to media reports, Mike Pompeo told reporters that the United States wants every country to recognize Israel as a legitimate Zionist state, and to recognize the fundamental right of the Zionists to maintain their existence as a country.
Mike Pompeo said: “We are working with them to determine the extent to which an independent decision to recognize Israel is in the best interests of the Sudanese government. “We hope they do it and we expect them to do it soon,” he said.
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