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Netanyahu to meet Sudan’s leader in Uganda, reports say – 内塔尼亚胡将见苏丹领导人在乌干达

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Netanyahu to meet Sudan’s leader in Uganda, reports say

Unconfirmed reports say Netanyahu will discuss establishing diplomatic relations, a day after an American official hinted another Muslim country would make peace within days.

By Paul Shindman, World Israel News

Unconfirmed news reports Thursday said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Uganda in the coming days to meet the Sudanese leader, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, to discuss the establishment of diplomatic relations.

Speculation has run rampant about the deal over the past weeks and gained momentum after U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft said on Wednesday that another country will recognize Israel “in the next day or two.”

“News of an upcoming meeting for a ‘second time’ between al-Burhan and Netanyahu within days, in Uganda,” tweeted Qatar-based journalist Sara Elareifi.

In an interview with the Arabic language channel of Israel’s i24 News, sources close to Sudan’s ruling Sovereignty Council said the new Sudanese-Israeli Friendship Association will be inaugurated in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum on Saturday. That announcement is the start of a normalization process between the two countries, i24 reported.

The sources said General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the leader of Sudan’s transitional sovereign council, is “likely to meet in the coming days” with Netanyahu in Uganda in what would be their second such meeting this year after the two met in Uganda in February.

In August, Sudan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman revealed in a news interview that the African nation was getting ready to sign an agreement with Israel to establish formal diplomatic relations.

After Israel signed the historic peace deals with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain last week in Washington, President Donald Trump told reporters that up to nine more countries were expected to establish diplomatic relations with Israel.

The report of the possible Israel-Sudan meeting comes as the Trump administration is apparently moving to remove Sudan from its list of countries that support terror.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently visited Khartoum, and Sudanese and American officials held talks in Washington over the terrorism issue that might be a carrot to get Sudan to establish diplomatic relations with Jerusalem.


保罗·辛德曼(Paul Shindman),《世界以色列新闻》


在过去的几周中,有关该交易的猜测猖ramp,在美国驻联合国大使凯利·克拉夫特(Kelly Craft)周三表示,另一个国家将“在第二天或第二天”承认以色列之后,这一势头就开始升温。

卡塔尔记者萨拉·埃拉雷菲菲(Sara Elareifi)发推文说:“即将在几天之内在布尔干和内塔尼亚胡之间举行’第二次会议’的消息在乌干达。”


消息人士说,苏丹过渡主权委员会主席阿卜杜勒·法塔赫·布尔罕将军“将在未来几天与乌干达的内塔尼亚胡举行会议”,这是继两人于2月在乌干达举行会议之后,今年的第二次此类会议。 。




国务卿迈克·庞培(Mike Pompeo)最近访问了喀土穆,苏丹和美国官员在华盛顿就恐怖主义问题进行了会谈,这可能是促使苏丹与耶路撒冷建立外交关系的胡萝卜。


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