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Sudan’s Bashir rejects ‘normalisation with Israel’

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has declined a demand by Kenya's national air bearer to fly over Sudan's airspace on an immediate course from Nairobi to the Israeli capital city of Tel Aviv, The Jerusalem Post reports yesterday. 

In a meeting with the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN) Al-Bashir rejected "any plausibility of standardization with Israel." 

Bashir's refusal came following a declaration a year ago by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Sudan would allow his nation's national carrier to ignore its airspace while traveling to South America. 

 

In November, the Sudanese experts said the Africa nation would pursue Chad in building up relations with Israel. In any case, amid that month, the pioneer of Sudan's decision National Congress Party, Abdel-Sakhi Abbas, revealed to Anadolu Agency that his nation's ties with Israel were "on a very basic level connected to the Palestinian reason." 

In December 2017, Israel's Channel 10 detailed that the Israeli negotiator Bruce Kashdan subtly met in Turkey's Istanbul with various senior Sudanese authorities, including the appointee leader of the Sudanese knowledge, to examine two-sided relations.

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