Sudan, Israel security sign agreement following normalization agreement

Sudan and Israel Monday signed a Memorandum of the Understanding (MoU) in the area of security as the first major move between the two countries since ties normalization agreement have been inked this month.
Israel’s Intelligence minister Eli Cohen signed the agreement with Sudan’s Defense minister Yassin Ibrahim – becoming therefore the first top Israeli official to travel to the African country after the normalization agreement.
Sudan this month became the fourth Arab country to thaw ties with Israel after signing the “Abraham Accords” with the United States. UAE, Bahrain and Morocco also opened diplomatic and cooperation channels with Israel.
Cohen invited Sudanese authorities to visit Israel.

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