After UAE, another Arab country is preparing for relations with Israel
After the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the African Arab country of Sudan has also expressed its intention to establish relations with Israel.
Speaking to media in Khartoum, Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Haider Badawi Siddique said, “We want a peace agreement with Israel. These relations will be established in the interest of Sudan.”
According to the Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman, there is no denying of the contact between the officials of the two countries, the peace agreement will be signed this year or early next year.
“There is no reason for us to continue to hate Israel. The agreement will benefit both Israel and Sudan,” he said.
It should be noted that a peace agreement has been reached between the United Arab Emirates and Israel to establish bilateral relations, under which Israel will no longer integrate the Palestinian territories and the two countries will work out for a roadmap for bilateral relations.
According to the agreement, the United States and the United Arab Emirates will work together to establish relations with Israel and other Muslim countries as well.
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