Sudan Signs New Deal With the United States

Sudan Signs New Deal With the United States

(UnitedVoice.com) – The media often says the lasting legacy of the Trump administration will be the way he’s changed the federal courts. There’s no doubt this will be felt for decades to come, but it’s not his only crowning achievement. The progress he’s made with foreign policy is also incredible, and he has one more win under his belt.

On Wednesday, January 6, Sudan announced it had signed the Abraham Accords and will begin normalizing relations with Israel.

Sudan becomes the fourth country to normalize relations with the Jewish state after President Trump’s push for peace in the region. Previously, Bahrain, Morocco, and the United Arab Emirates signed onto the agreement. When the president set out to make peace, the Left laughed at him. He didn’t let that deter him and now the world is a much safer place.

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