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Israel, Sudan discuss next steps for normalization

Israel is hoping that Sudan will soon finalize the normalization process it agreed upon several months ago in the framework of the Abraham Accords.
Israeli Foreign Ministry

Sudanese Justice Minister Nasredeen Abdulbari met Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Idan Roll and Regional Cooperation Minister Esawi Frej in Abu Dhabi Oct. 13 in a rare public encounter for Israeli and Sudanese officials.

Roll tweeted after the meeting, "Continuing to be part of the driving force of the Abraham Accords. It was a pleasure meeting today with Sudan’s Justice Minister Nasredeen Abdulbari. We agreed on future cooperation between the two countries under the accords. Our goal is to join hands in technological training, in order to help young people of all sides to the accords to adapt to the changes in the labor market and give them more capabilities in which they can also engage remotely, as an integral part of the high-tech industry. We also spoke about the importance of normalizing the relations between both countries." Roll posted a photo of himself shaking hands with the Sudanese minister.

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