The U.S. is ramping up pressure on Sudan to become the next country to normalize relations with Israel, but negotiations have reportedly stalled over the amount of a financial incentive involved in a potential deal. The agreement hinges in part on the Trump administration removing Sudan from the U.S. list of “state sponsors of terrorism,” which could happen before Election Day. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain both signed U.S.-brokered agreements to normalize relations with Israel earlier this month at the White House.
Trump Admin Working to Broker Normalization Deal Between Sudan and Israel
HeadlineSep 29, 2020