Sudan is disappointed with the outcome of the normalization agreement with Israel amid insufficient US investment in the African country, according to an Israeli report Wednesday morning.
Many months after the deal was signed, Washington hasn’t fulfilled its promise to invest in agriculture and technology projects in Sudan, the Kan public broadcaster cited senior sources in Khartoum as saying.
The sources noted that the normalization had been controversial inside the Sudanese government, and considerable financial investments would have helped market the agreement to the public.
In January, Sudan signed onto the so-called Abraham Accords with the United States, paving the way for the African country to normalize ties with the Zionist entity. The signing came just over two months after then-US president Donald Trump announced that Sudan would start to normalize ties with the occupation regime.
Then-intelligence minister Eli Cohen visited Sudan in January, leading a delegation that held talks with senior Sudanese officials, including Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan, head of the ruling sovereign council, and Defense Minister Yassin Ibrahim. Cohen signed a memorandum of understanding with Ibrahim on security-related issues and invited Sudanese leaders to visit the Zionist entity.
Source: Israeli media