Sudanese Envoy Reportedly In Israel

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The military junta has sent an envoy to Israel for secret talks. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who seized power in a bloodstained coup last year, has said that “Sudan’s relationship with Israel may eventually take a natural form.”

The military junta has sent an envoy to Israel for secret talks. The presidential envoy arrived at the beginning of the week, the source said. It is assumed that the envoy will promote relations between the two countries, according to an unnamed source who reported to Reuters

The information has not been commented on by the Sudan military junta or the Israeli government.

Israel and Sudan relations refers to diplomatic ties between the two countries. In October 2020, the two countries announced that they would establish diplomatic relations but this has not yet taken place as of October 2021.

Until April 20, 2021, Sudan had a law since 1958 that forbid establishing relations with Israel, and outlawed business with citizens as well as business relationships with Israeli companies or companies with Israeli interests. The law also forbid the direct or indirect import of any Israeli goods.

Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who seized power in a bloodstained coup last year, has said that “Sudan’s relationship with Israel may eventually take a natural form.” Al-Burhan had been the more prominent player leading normalization efforts in Israel.

Israeli delegations have reportedly visited Sudan several times in recent months.

Abdel-Fattah Burhan is seen as an insider with UAE and Egypt

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