Sudan Repeals Israel Boycott
By Micah Halpern
Saturday April 3, 2021
Sudan repealed a law prohibiting any interaction with Israel. The boycott law, which was originally enacted in 1985, had prevented any trade with companies or citizens of Israel.
On October 23, 2020 Sudan and Israel normalized relations.
It is still unclear, however, what that entails. Sudanís local press quoted ranking leaders as saying that they will not recognize Israel and send an ambassador. But that was probably just bluster.
It clearly looks like normalization means trade. It also probably means tech and military advice. And it certainly means agricultural and medical technology assistance.
Baby steps are still steps. Slowly, slowly, one at a time.
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