The president of United States, Donald Trump, announced this Friday that Sudan normalize relationships with Israel, a historic step after two nations of the Persian Gulf advance in the same direction.
Moments after Trump formally removed Sudan from the list of countries promoters of terrorism, the journalists at the White House were taken to the Oval Office, where the president was speaking by phone with leaders of Sudan and Israel.
“Sudan and Israel have agreed to normalize relations, another important step towards building peace in the Middle East with another nation joining the Abraham Accords” involving Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, wrote on Twitter a Trump’s assistant Judd Deere.
#BREAKING: President @realDonaldTrump has announced that Sudan and Israel have agreed to the normalization of relations— another major step toward building peace in the Middle East with another nation joining the Abraham Accords
— Judd Deere (@JuddPDeere45) October 23, 2020