Hours ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that an Israeli delegation will visit Sudan in the next few days to launch cooperation agreements between the two countries, after both countries’ decision to reach a peace agreement.
In a press conference, Netanyahu said: “An Israeli delegation will visit Sudan during the next few days in order to launch cooperation between the two countries in some areas, after the announcement of the normalization of relations.”
On Friday, US President Donald Trump announced Tel Aviv and Khartoum are to sign a peace agreement, noting that within a few months everyone will join the peace agreements with Tel Aviv.
Israel calls on the Palestinian leadership to choose the path of peace.
The United States, Sudan and Israel issued a joint statement on the “historic progress” of peace in the Middle East.
Netanyahu added: “We will reach agreements with other countries,” without mentioning the names of these countries.
He said: “We have reached 3 peace agreements with Arab countries within only 6 weeks, and other Arab countries will establish relations with Israel. We are changing the face of the Middle East.”