Sacked Sudanese spokesman has 'no regret' over Israel remarks, says Sudan-Israel normalisation still underway
A recently-sacked spokesman for Sudan's Foreign Ministry has said he does not regret his decision to confirm normalisation talks between Khartoum and Tel Aviv, depite that leading to his dismissal.
“I don’t regret it at all,” Haidar Badawi Sadig told Israel’s Kan state broadcaster.
“We need to act in order to create public discourse regarding this issue, so that [the talks] take place publicly,” Sadig said.
The former spokesman insisted that normalisation between the two states is ongoing, saying that Khartoum recently assisted in bringing a group of Ethiopian Falash Mura Jews to Israel.