Sudan 'unhappy' with Israel normalisation developments
Despite Sudan normalising relations upon joining the "Abraham Accords" in January, the US has failed to live up to its commitments, according to high-level insiders.
Money for Sudanese farming and tech initiatives has not been forthcoming, they asserted.
This was relayed to Israeli state broadcaster Kan, The Times of Israel reported on Wednesday.
The rapprochement with Israel had proven a bone of contention within Khartoum's government, Kan's insiders said.
An economic boost would have been useful in selling the deal to the people, they asserted.
This follows Sudan's strongly criticised decision to repeal its Israel boycott law in April.
During the process, groups including Sudan's Arab National Congress, the Islamic National Congress and the General Congress of Arab Parties slammed the move.
They released a message saying: "In 1958, Sudan criminalised all dealings with the Zionist entity in expressing the authentic, established views of the Sudanese people towards their solidarity with Palestine."
In exchange for agreeing to the rapprochement, Khartoum was taken off the US' state terror supporters blacklist.
Israel is planning a one-year anniversary event for the Abraham Accords including Bahrain, the UAE and the US, per Israeli state TV channel Kan 11's reporting.
It is expected to occur within a maximum of three months, with the goal of encouraging other Arab countries to enter into normalisation agreements with Tel Aviv.