In September, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain signed a peace agreement with Israel at the White House, following which the two countries’ diplomatic relations with Israel have returned to normal.
Now another Islamic country, Sudan, has also agreed to a peace deal with Israel. Sudan is also an important country in that it has fought against Israel in the past. US President Donald Trump also announced the resumption of relations between the two countries from the White House.
US President Trump spoke on the phone with Sudan’s political leadership and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opened the loudspeaker of the phone to the media.
During the talks, the Israeli Prime Minister said that under your leadership, we are expanding the scope of peace. To which Donald Trump said that many more countries are coming to the mainstream of this peace.
Deputy Press Secretary Judd Derry confirmed that Sudan and Israel have agreed to restore relations. After that, the number of Muslim countries resuming diplomatic relations with Israel will be five.
Earlier, Egypt, Jordan, the UAE and Bahrain re-established diplomatic relations with Israel.