Peace Agreement Israel And Sudan
Recently, the United States negotiated diplomatic pacts between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Jordan recognized Israel in the 1990s, while Egypt signed a peace agreement in 1979. Sudan is one of the Arab countries that has waged wars with Israel and its capital, Khartoum, has witnessed the adoption of an Arab League resolution, known as the resolution of the three non-party parties; No peace, no recognition, no negotiations.  Sudan had sent troops to all major Arab-Israeli wars and considered Israel an enemy state, and it was claimed that in 2009 and 2012, the Israeli Air Force attacked Sudanese armed forces and terrorists in Sudan.  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the agreement was a “dramatic breakthrough for peace” and the beginning of a “new era.” The agreement between Israel and Sudan, announced on Friday, was a historic step forward, but the road to a formal peace treaty and the establishment of full diplomatic relations could be further complicated and time-consuming. “This is amazing and fast,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in the phone call, referring to the standardization agreements. Asked by Trump whether “Sleepy Joe,” Democratic candidate Joe Biden, could have made the same breakthrough with Sudan, he discouraged it. In mid-October 2020, Sudanese businessman Abu Al-Qasim Bortom visited Israel to speed up the normalization process.  On 22 October 2020, an Israeli delegation visited Sudan, where it met with Abdel Fattah al-Burhan to discuss the normalization of relations between the two countries.  On 23 October 2020, Israel and Sudan agreed on an agreement on the normalization of relations.  President Trump, Sudanese President Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu participated in a conference call on October 23 and then announced the agreement.
 On 23 October, Sudan`s current Foreign Minister said on state television that Sudan`s approval would depend on the approval of its legislative council under formation.  KAMPALA, Uganda – A U.S.-brokered peace agreement with Israel has deepened rifts in Sudan`s fragile interim government, divisions that could delay the implementation of key elements of the agreement and destabilize a nation still recovering from decades of internal conflict.